Navy Wellbeing

Being fit to fight, both physically and mentally, requires a deliberate, coordinated and sustainable plan
that is realised through Navy Wellbeing.

The Navy Wellbeing has three distinct objectives:

  1. Provide an environment that encourages our people to remain healthy, employable and deployable;
  2. Establish a support system that returns our people to deployable status in a deliberate manner; and
  3. Where this is not possible, ensuring members transition out of Navy with dignity and respect in close coordination with the Joint Transition Authority (JTA).





ROYAL COMMISSION into Defence & Veteran Suicide


NATIONAL COMMISSIONER for Defence & Veteran Suicide Prevention





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