Royal New Zealand RSA

Royal New Zealand RSA

The RSA's mission is to improve the wellbeing of New Zealand's veterans of military service and their whānau.

Nationwide

The RSA is a movement, founded in 1916 with the express purpose of supporting veterans as they returned from war. Over 100 years later, that purpose remains at the heart of everything we do. But it's no longer just veterans of war that we support. We support all New Zealand's veterans of military service and their whānau, regardless of whether or not they have deployed.

We have 250 support advisors right across the country, trained and ready to help. From providing expert advice and guidance, to recovery and rehabilitation, through to transitioning from military to civilian life - any challenge they face, there's a way the RSA can help.

We also provide support to whānau. We know that the families of our military personnel face many different hardships; from long absences, frequent relocations, even disruption to family routines caused by short notice deployments. The RSA is here for them too.

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The RSA provides support services to improve the wellbeing of New Zealand's veterans of military service and their whānau.

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