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Soldier Recovery Centres

Rehabilitation exercise in a gym
Army's Soldier Recovery Centres provide commanders with additional resources to manage complex cases and/or members undertaking extended rehabilitation or transition.

Army established the Soldier Recovery Centres (SRC) under Army's contribution to the Support to Wounded, Injured and Ill Program.

Soldier Recovery Centres are located in Townsville, Darwin and Brisbane.

Soldier Recovery Centres aim to optimise recovery for soldiers with complex needs following wounding, injury or illness. Their mission is to provide Command, leadership and management of complex rehabilitation cases.

While the majority of personnel health and welfare issues can be resolved through normal Command and management processes, Army recognises that additional resources and management are required to coordinate the support and services provided to personnel and their families with complex care requirements.

The Soldier Recovery Centres aim to provide a positive recovery environment where personnel are engaged in meaningful activities and are enabled to focus on their recovery mission.

Last updated
8 December 2016
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