Our services

Making all the difference for those impacted by service.

We offer many pathways to recovery through our comprehensive support and rehabilitation services. 

From psychological and physical rehabilitation services, to wellbeing programs and social connection activities – our services are proven to make a real difference. They can be accessed nationally and through purpose-built Family Recovery Centres in North Queensland, South East Queensland and Tasmania, and outreach areas. Many of our services are flexible and offered at different times to help you find something that best meets your needs.  

Reaching out for support after an injury, or during transition, is imperative for improving long-term health and wellbeing, and quality of life. No matter where you’ve served or in what capacity, or whether you’ve supported a loved one who has served, you can access support through our services.

Our services

Social connection activities

Regular opportunities for mateship and peer support through social and family activities.

Physical rehabilitation and wellbeing

Targeted programs to help with recovery from injury and improve health and wellbeing.

Psychological services

Evidence-based therapies tailored to individuals, couples and family members in need of support.

Skills for recovery programs

Innovative skills-based programs to improve resilience and quality of life.

Frequently asked questions

Eligible current and ex-serving ADF members who have a physical or psychological injury as a result of their service, and their immediate family members, can apply to join Mates4Mates through our online application form here. Eligible members will then complete an induction with a Mates4Mates psychologist.
You can access services at Mates4Mates for as long as you need support. Our qualified staff are here to help you through recovery, however long that may take. You can also re-access services at any time, even if it has been years since your last engagement with us.

Mates4Mates was specifically established to provide support services to those who have sustained injuries as a direct result of their military service. If you do not identify as having a service-related injury but would like some additional support, we can help link you with other organisations who can help.

While Mates4Mates do not provide accommodation services, we can refer you to organisations that do, including RSL Queensland. Reach out today to have a confidential chat with our staff on 1300 462 837. 
Mates4Mates does not provide claims advocacy services but we can link you in with other organisations, including RSL Queensland, who can support you through the Department of Veterans Affairs claims processes.
Mates4Mates is registered with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) and Medicare as a recognised Allied Health Provider for psychology and exercise physiology services. You simply need to visit your general practitioner (GP) or medical specialist to obtain a referral and then call Mates4Mates on 1300 4 MATES (62 837) to make an appointment. 

Get in touch

To find out more about joining Mates4Mates, accessing services or supporting our cause, fill out our form or call 1300 4 MATES (62 837) during business hours.