Support for offenders - other organisations that can help

 

Amicus Trust

Amicus Trust

Amicus Trust provide up to two years' accommodation for veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We also offer a range of services in education, employment, mental health and life skills to support individuals as they rebuild their life.

Website: Amicus Trust
Email: aenquiries@amicustrust.org
Telephone: 0123 435 8478


 

Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice provides free, confidential and independent advice to help people overcome their problems. We are a voice for our clients and consumers on the issues that matter to them. We value diversity, champion equality and challenge discrimination. We're here for everyone.

Please use the link below to find contact details for Citizens Advice near you.

Website: Search for your local Citizens Advice


 

Finchale

Finchale

Services at Finchale include accommodation and housing; offering a bespoke service towards sourcing sustainable accommodation; employability and training; CV building, job applications, interview and confidence techniques. It also offers support towards mental and physical health issues. Support is further extended to families and reservists. Finchale also works collaboratively with external agencies to support and provide guidance to veterans with a wide range of issues.

Website: Finchale
Email: andy.wildish@finchale.org
Telephone: 0191 3862634


 

Foot in the Door Films

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Provides services that include employability information, career pathway options within the Digital & Creative Sector, workshops in employability skills and preparation, training in Film Production and Audition Techniques, opportunities to gain work experience in film production, and signposting for mental health support and benefit maximisation.

Website: Foot in the Door Films
Email: info@footinthedoorfilms.co.uk
Telephone: 01519 080120


 

Forward Assist

Forward Assist

Forward Assist engages former servicemen and women in community engagement projects to utilise their valuable transferrable skills, creating life changing employment, volunteering, education and training opportunities.

Website: Forward Assist
Email: admin@forward-assist.com
Telephone: 0191 250 4877


 

Future for Heroes

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F4H aims to develop the ability of service leavers and retired members of the armed forces of all ranks and status, and their spouses or partners where appropriate, to manage the dramatic change in cultures when resuming civilian life, ensuring they are better able to identify their own needs and thereby fully participate in society. Helps with training, and developing confidence and coping mechanisms.

Website: Future for Heroes
Email: admin@f4h.org.uk
Telephone: 0770 259 6226


 

GambleAware

GambleAware

GambleAware funds education, prevention and treatment services and commissions research to broaden public understanding of gambling-related harm. Use GambleAware's website to find out how gambling works, to check if you, or someone you know, may have a gambling problem, and find tips on how to stay in control. Also access free, confidential help via the National Gambling Helpline, by phone or online.

Website: GambleAware
Email: Contact@BeGambleAware.org
Telephone: National Gambling Helpline - 0808 8020133


 

HighGround

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HighGround provides advice and support to Service Leavers and Veterans of all ranks and ages about jobs, careers and vocational opportunities in the land-based sector. They also deliver 'Rural Weeks' at Bicton College in Devon throughout the year.

Website: HighGround
Email: anna@highground-uk.org
Telephone: 07951 495 272


 

Launchpad

Launchpad offers 50 self-contained flats in Speke House, Liverpool and another 30 in Avondale House, Newcastle. Several members of staff support the residents in each house during the daytime and they help the veterans make a lasting transition to civilian life, helping them with finances, including benefits and job hunting. The staff signpost the veterans to specialists who can help them with welfare, health, training and housing, among other things. Residents do pay a rent which is covered by housing benefit until individuals are employed.

Launchpad is a Veterans' Gateway Referral Partner.

Website: Launchpad
Email: enquiries@veteranslaunchpad.org.uk
Telephone:0300 1111 238


 

Links

Combined Forces is a support service for ex-Service personnel based in Llanelli and encompassing Carmarthenshire.

Website: Links
Email: combined.forces@links.uk.net
Telephone: 0155 475 7957


 

National Gulf Veterans and Families Association

NGVFA

The NGVFA supports those affected by Gulf War 1, Gulf War 2 (Iraq), Afghanistan, and all future desert conflicts. Many returning home from these conflicts develop health or social problems. The NGVFA helps veterans (whether ill or not), Service personnel who were vaccinated but were non-deployed, Armed Forces personnel who are still serving , family members, widows and widowers, and civilians contracted to the armed forces. They work throughout the UK and abroad.

Website: NGFVA
Email: info@ngvfa.org.uk
Telephone: 0845 257 4853


 

Outside the Wire

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Outside the Wire is a bespoke alcohol, drug and PTSD service, offering confidential advice and support to current and ex HM Forces personnel and their families across Norfolk, Suffolk & Essex.

All our staff are ex-forces, and can offer innovative, comprehensive support, including confidential meetings at a location of your choice. We are sensitive to the complexities of military life and the often understandable resistance to admitting the extent of personal issues, especially those relating to PTSD, substance misuse and general mental health plus concerns around personal relationships.

Website: Outside the Wire
Contact: Fill in form via this link
Telephone: 01603 626123


 

seAp

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Supporting veterans and direct family members, who face health, housing, financial and social problems by providing confidential practical support to get their voice heard. We are aware that some veterans struggle to access services and support needed to maintain civilian life. Experienced staff offer tailored one-to-one support which seeks to: improve access to and experiences of mainstream services; maximise income; have needs and views respected; ensure rights under the Armed Forces Covenant are understood; improve mental health through increased confidence.

Website: seAp
Email: military@seap.org.uk
Telephone: 0330 440 9000


 

Skills Development Scotland

Skills Development Scotland

Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is Scotland's national skills body. We offer a range of services to help people of all ages with skills and employment, including those leaving the Armed Forces. From SDS's centres, you can access free career guidance, CV support, advice on apprenticeships, information on local opportunities and more to help make the transition to Civvy Street easier. Online, myworldofwork.co.uk is packed with expert career information, advice and tools to help you think about your strengths, skills and interests and how you can put them to use in your new career.

Website: Skills Development Scotland
Contact: Get in touch
Telephone: 0800 917 8000


 

Sporting Force

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Sporting Force supports ex-Service personnel who have been wounded, injured or become sick during service by offering a route into civilian employment within the professional sports industry. They also provide education, exercise and social events to veterans and their families to relieve mental health issues and feelings of social isolation.

Website: Sporting Force
Email: info@sportingforce.org
Telephone: 0800 050 9502


 

Venture Trust

Venture Trust

Venture Trust is a Scottish charity organisation providing specialist support to ex-service men and women struggling with the transition to civilian life. Venture Trust’s Positive Futures programme for veterans offers three phase personal development and early stage employability programmes, centred on an intensive wilderness based personal development journey. The programme is based in Scotland but is available to all UK veterans.

Website: Venture Trust
Email: hello@venturetrust.org.uk
Telephone:0131 2287700


 

Veterans Assist Scotland

Veterans Assist Scotland

Veterans Assist Scotland is an online information hub and signposting service for veterans and those supporting veterans. They can provide contact details for the various Armed Forces and Veterans Champions, employment information, housing options, as well as information on public and voluntary sector support across Scotland, based on specific needs.

Website: Veterans Assist Scotland
Email: gensec@veteransscotlands.org.uk
Telephone: 0131 550 1569


 

Veterans Community Hub

Veterans Community Hub

Veterans Community Hub offers an informal space in Hull for ex-servicemen and women. Help is offered with employability, homelessness, social isolation, outreach and family support.

Website: Veterans Community Hub
Email: veteranshub@goodwintrust.org
Telephone: 01482 485958


 

Veterans Contact Point

Veterans Contact Point

Veterans Contact Point aims to help all serving members and veterans of the UK Armed Forces, their spouses, and dependents by working in partnership with others and other organisations to assist in the provision of schemes, grants, and services for their resettlement, rehabilitation, retraining, employment, and ongoing welfare. The service is available across the Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire areas.

Website: Veterans Contact Point
Email: contactus@veteranscontactpoint.co.uk
Telephone: 0247 634 3793


 

Veterans First Point

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Veterans First Point helps veterans "whatever their needs may be". We meet clinical needs and also provide wider support and advice. We provide peer support worker-led caseload management of welfare issues including housing, finance, employment, independent living and families. Our clinicians also provide mental health assessment and treatments, via psychiatrists and psychologists. Veterans can self refer via drop- ins, phone and email. We also accept referrals through GPs and other agencies and provide in-house clinics from Citizen's Advice Bureau, Veterans UK and the Armed Services Advice Project.

Website: Veterans First Point
Email: V1P.Scotland@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk
Telephone: 0131 221 7090


 

Veterans HQ

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Veterans HQ is a free and accessible one stop centre of support for ex-Armed Forces personnel, reservists and their families. The centre is run by a team of friendly staff who can provide information, advice and support on many areas relevant to the Armed Forces community such as welfare and benefits, housing, health and wellbeing, and employability. Drop-in sessions are available to those who need help with job applications and there is also a Custody Co-ordinator on-site for those who are in, or about to leave the criminal justice system. Veterans HQ also offer a health and wellbeing programme that includes access to a fitness centre, social activities, counselling and group therapy.

Website: Veterans HQ
Email: bob.blanchard@thebreckfieldcentre.com
Telephone:01512 619 878


 

West London Mission

West London Mission

The West London Mission (WLM) has been serving people affected by homelessness, poverty and trauma since 1887. We are part of the Methodist Church and run a wide range of services which empower people to live more fulfilling lives.

Website: West London Mission
Email: BPHreferrals@wlm.org.uk
Telephone: 0207 703 9613


 

Wirral Military Community Services

WMCS

Wirral Military Community Services offer veteran outreach; one-stop Shop & Drop-In; employment support; enterprise start-up; signposting to Local Agencies; welfare benefits advice; MoD welfare pension advice drop-in; housing advice and support; healthy living advice and support; diet and PT advice; access to holistic therapies; and engaging with a diverse range of community-based projects.

Website: WMCS Facebook page
Email: wirralmcs@outlook.com
Telephone:0751 411 3813


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