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NHS Veterans’ Mental Health Complex Treatment Service

On 1 April 2018, NHS England launched the Veterans’ Mental Health Complex Treatment Service (VMH CTS), which is being delivered by the following providers: Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation...


Free travel for veterans in London

Eligible veterans can use London’s travel system for free by using a Veterans Oyster photocard. The photocard can be used on bus, Tube, tram, London Overground, TFL Rail, and most National Rail...


Free Defence Privilege Card offers online and high street discounts to veterans

Veterans' Gateway has partnered with The Defence Discount Service (DDS) to offer free discount cards to eligible members of the Armed Forces community. Clients could save £100's if not £1000's each...


Veterans To Be 'Formally Recognised With Official ID Cards'

Britain's 2.5 million veterans are to be formally recognised with their own IDs to show they served in the armed forces. Ex-military personnel will be issued with a new type of driving licence...


Veterans’ Gateway records over 10,000 enquiries as it celebrates its first year in service

Veterans' Gateway has recorded over 10,000 enquiries and 183,420 website users since its launch one year ago. Through offering advice on a range of areas, Veterans' Gateway has seen over 37,000 click...


Launch of the Transition, Intervention and Liaison mental health service for veterans and Armed Forces personnel approaching discharge

On 1 April 2017, NHS England is launching the Transition, Intervention and Liaison (TIL) mental health service. Provided across England, the service seeks to increase the access to, and treatment of...


Are you a carer and do you need the right information now?

In the UK over 1.3 million people provide over 50 hours of care per week. And those caring for veterans may face additional difficulties, due to life-changing injuries that make day-to-day living...


Veterans to keep military ID, easing their access to services

Service personnel leaving the Armed Forces are now able to keep their military ID, known as the MOD form 90, and use it in their civilian life, Minister for Defence People and Veterans Tobias Ellwood...


Could you have an unclaimed Service pension?

If you served after April 1975, you could have a preserved pension. AFPS 75 pensions earned before April 2005 are payable when you are 60 years old, but you won't receive it automatically - you have...


Get your finances squared away with the help of Veterans’ Gateway

This January we want to help sort your resolutions military style. We'll be focussing on different topics throughout the month and this week it's finances. At Veterans' Gateway we receive many calls...