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Armed Forces social support groups in Scotland

Issues with drug or alcohol misuse, depression, PTSD, bereavement, domestic violence, and family troubles are difficulties that many in the Armed Forces community face. By finding support groups that...


Holidays for veterans in Scotland

Life in the Armed Forces can be stressful for the whole family and it's important to take a break. If you're a service or ex-Service person, you and/or your family can access support for holidays and...


Support for carers in Northern Ireland

If you are a carer for someone with ill health, there is a range of practical help and emotional support available to you. NI Direct provides information on care and support . They also offer...


Holidays for veterans in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Life in the Armed Forces can be stressful for the whole family, and it's important to take a break. If you're a service or ex-Service person, you and/or your family can access support for holidays...


Family Matters - Other Organisations that can help

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity ABF The Soldiers’ Charity offer a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families when in need. They can provide grants and financial support to...


Immigration advice

The process of changing your immigration status or nationality for you and your family can be very daunting. The application forms are expensive and need to be completed accurately. You also need to...


Families’ transition from military to civilian life

Leaving the Armed Forces impacts both the family and Service leaver. The sooner you can think about your life on civvy street (housing, finances, employment, education, physical health and...


Transitioning out of the Armed Forces FAQs

Leaving Service is an important part of military life, both for the Service person and their family. It can be a difficult period of adjustment, but there is a wealth of support available . The...


Support for carers in England and Wales

If you are a carer for someone with ill health, there is a range of practical help and emotional support available to you. The NHS offers information on care and support , as well as a dedicated...


Armed Forces social support groups in England and Wales

Issues with drug or alcohol misuse, depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), bereavement, domestic violence, and family matters are difficulties that many in the Armed Forces community...