The Ballarat Veterans Assistance Centre is continuing to grow, with new programs and projects.
This week, a new steel sculpture, depicting a soldier and Australian flag, was installed out the front of the Barkly Street building.
President of Ballarat's Totally and Permanently Incapacitated Ex-servicemen and women's Association Les Finch said he was grateful to Avalon Nursey for the donation.
"The centre here is the home of the TPIs here in Ballarat - we thought what better place to put it," he said.
"It's one more thing to let people know that this is the Veterans Assistance Centre."
Avalon's David Winters added the business had a long association with the TPIs, working with them for about three years.
Next Saturday, the Military Brotherhood Motorcycle Club, in association with the Veterans Assistance Centre, will hold a motorbike ride to raise awareness of post-traumatic stress.
Riders from across military and emergency service motorcycle clubs have been invited, meeting at the former Masters building car park Learmonth Road at 10am on May 8 before setting off to the Avenue of Honour at 11am sharp.
The ride ends at the Len T Fraser Reserve, near the Assistance Centre, for a sausage sizzle.
Money raised from the event will be donated to Stand Tall for PTS, helping to set up a forum in September.
To register, head to the BVAC website - the centre can be found at 41 Barkly Street East.
If you or someone you know is in need of crisis support, phone Lifeline 13 11 14 or Open Arms on 1800 011 046
The key message is you are not alone.
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