‘Lives are at stake’: Veterans Centre Australia closes after major funder pulls out, leaving hundreds in limbo

The not-for-profit group helped up to 600 clients at a time access services including healthcare, financial and employment support

The not-for-profit service Veterans Centre Australia closed its doors on Tuesday after nearly 12 years of operation, becoming insolvent after its major funder withdrew support.

The service handled up to 600 clients at a time across Australia, advocating for veterans and helping them and their families navigate the often complex bureaucratic processes to access healthcare, financial support, and employment support.

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