What we do
We fight for those who fought for us.
How we do it
We provide physical, emotional and financial support to those who have suffered a life-changing injury or illness as a result of their service. We give them, and their loved ones, one less battle to fight and the strength to recover and get on with their lives.
We offer one-to-one support, educational courses and other activities. We will look to resume face-to-face support in the community when Covid restrictions allow. Until then all of our services are available remotely and digitally.
- We give one-to-one support to veterans and their loved ones for issues related to their physical and mental health and welfare.
- Our Hidden Wounds Team offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and guided self-help to veterans and their families living with anxiety, depression, stress or anger, and those who wish to change their drinking habits.
- Our Welfare Team offers advice and guidance on a range of issues such as money, health, housing, and benefits.
- Our Clinical Team works with men and women with physical health challenges and serious complex injuries, delivering holistic support and helping them re-engage with their community.
- Our Very Seriously Injured Programme (VSI) supports men and women living with catastrophic injuries who need round-the-clock care. We help them gain access to appropriate support such as speech and language therapy, financial assistance with carer costs and specialist equipment, so that they can achieve a level of independence and a quality of life that many of us take for granted.
- Our Grants Team help veterans and their loved ones in need of urgent financial support to aid their recovery. Our grants can fund anything from housing adaptations to specialist equipment.