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Are you, or have you been the partner of a Veteran? Then we are here for you!

 

Follow the links to find out more about who we are,
what we have to offer and how we can assist you.

 

Why join the P.V.A?

 

Our Association is a not-for-profit charitable entity and non government organisation – we are entirely run by volunteers.  We are not funded by government (other than Grant applications) – our funding comes from membership fees, donations or fundraising by members.

 

The Partners of Veterans Association of Australia (P.V.A.) was the first  association to acknowledge the needs of partners and families . PVA was formed in 1999 to represent, support and be there for Partners.

 

PVA’s core belief is that there must always be an association to represent this previously  forgotten, and at-risk group.

 

PVA believes it is imperative that no Partner ever feels deserted, defeated or most of all, totally alone.

 

This Association offers support, friendship, information and understanding from people in similar situations.  We are vigilant in watching for any changes that the government of the day may introduce that are detrimental to you or your family’s health, lifestyle and well-being.

 

These are the reasons why we join the P.V.A.

 

 

The Partners of Veterans Association of Australia

now has a National 1300 number

 

1300 553 835

The association now has a national 1300 phone number to help with enquiries from partners of veterans and current serving ADF partners and their families. To learn more about our new 1300 number please click here.

 

Vietnam Veterans Family Study
MAIN SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRES NOW DISTRIBUTED
Have you registered to take part in the Vietnam Veterans’ Family Study (VVFS)?
If yes, by now you should have received your questionnaire to complete.


From mid August to mid September 2011 questionnaires will have been distributed to the 27,000 Vietnam veterans, their peers and family members who have registered to participate in this world-first, intergenerational research project.

To read more about the Vietnam Veterans Family Study click here.