What help is there?
Whether you want to speak to others who understand what it’s like to adjust to civilian life or feel you need to speak to a professional about your wellbeing, our team are on hand.
We apply our understanding of mental health and military life to empower you to access a wide range of services.
What we can help with
Mental health difficulties can show in many different ways. We offer treatment and support that is tailored to you and your situation.
Giving you the tools you need
We provide the information so that you can make an informed decision about the help you receive and we take an active role in getting you to the right service.
How families can help
Military life is about the whole family and having relatives’ understanding and compassion can make all the difference to your recovery.
- Learn about mental health conditions
- Get help identifying the signs that someone may be struggling
- Explore our self-help resources and learning tools
- Find out how to make referrals directly to our service.
How we can help families
Mental health can affect the whole family and we can help friends and family to:
- Be involved in your relative’s care and treatment, if they want you to be
- Get advice and community support for your family
- Get treatment for your own difficulties.
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Helping people like you
Hear directly from veterans about their experiences of our Op COURAGE service: