To find out about events for ADF families in Cerberus, visit our Eventbrite page. You'll be able to RSVP, add events to your calender and share with friends.
Community groups & centres
Cerberus Cottage offers a number of activities including playgroup, coffee group, craft activities and fitness activities. The Cottage also has computer access and provides referral to all services at DCO. The Cottage Crier can be obtained from Cerberus Cottage or by contacting the Cottage.
The Cottage also runs the Temporary Accommodation - Cook Road Lodge at HMAS Cerberus, which is available to any serving member (full -time or reservist) and their families and friends. The two bedroom cottage is fully self contained (including bedding).
Where: 16 Cook Road, HMAS Cerberus
More information: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 5983 0274. You can also visit the Cerberus Cottage Facebook page
The Defence Special Needs Support Group is a non-profit benevolent volunteer organisation established to assist ADF families with a family member with special needs.
More info: DSNSG Cerberus
Open Arms provides counselling and support services to Australia's military community. If you have served one day of continuous full-time service in the ADF you can call them for support. They also support families, reservists and some peacekeepers. Call Open Arms – Veterans and Families Counselling on 1800 011 046 for free, confidential counselling and group programs to support mental health and wellbeing.
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