About Go Beyond
Developed by Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation in partnership with RSL Queensland, Go Beyond is a free, evidence-based, self-directed online program to support Ex-ADF members’ adjustment to civilian life.
The online program commences with users undertaking the Military-Civilian Adjustment and Reintegration Measure (M-CARM) self-report questionnaire. This questionnaire, which takes approximately 5 minutes to complete, will be used to identify areas where further support may be needed and develop a personalised Go Beyond program.
The module areas, based on previous research, are as follows:
- Purpose and connection
- Help seeking
- Beliefs about civilians
- Unresolved resentment and regrets
The program connects users with the latest research information, learning modules, worksheets, practical exercises, and recommended ways to move forward. Each module takes approx. 20-25 minutes to complete.
Who is Go Beyond for?
This online program is suitable for ADF veterans transitioning from service to civilian life who are seeking support. If this transition is causing significant distress or is impacting work or other important areas of life, it is recommended that they seek support from their general practitioner.
Is there a cost to use Go Beyond?
No – Go Beyond is free to access and use.
How to access Go Beyond
As Go Beyond is an online mental health program, it is available anytime and anywhere here.
Go Beyond Research and Evaluation
Go Beyond is the result of six years of research by GMRF and a part of RSL Queensland’s $20 million commitment to veterans’ mental health.
Visit this page to read about the research behind the M-CARM informing the Go Beyond Program.