Aged Veterans Project Resources for veterans ABF The Soldiers’ Charity Support for serving and retired soldiers and their families, including financial help. About Turn CIC Support and guidance to ex-service personnel who are experiencing difficulties in adjusting to civilian life. Airborne Engineers Association Membership required. Provides assistance to members of the Association who require access to welfare support. Airborne Forces Security Fund Financial assistance for former officers or soldiers, regular or TA, who have served in an Airborne or Special Forces unit. All Wales Veterans Health and Wellbeing Service Works to improve the mental health and well-being of veterans. Armed Forces Charities Database of UK armed forces charities. Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club Facilitate veterans (also current service personnel) to face to face in a relaxed, safe, social environment Armed Services Advice Project Information, advice and support to members of the armed forces community in Scotland on a a range of topics, including benefits, debt, employment, relationships and housing. Army Of Angels Support for wounded service personnel: purchase of household necessity items, respite breaks,modifications to homes for disabled veterans, rehabilitation equipment, rehoming of soldiers living on the streets. Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women For the care and wellbeing of Jewish ex-service personnel and their dependents. Association of Wrens Helps former Wrens keep in touch with friends and colleagues from service days. Benefits and Money Advice Service NI A partnership between the Royal British Legion, the Royal Airforce Benevolent Fund and Citizens Advice NI, can provide support and assistance to serving and former service personnel and their dependants and carers on benefits and money matters, including debt advice. Blind Veterans UK (St Dunstan’s since 1915) Help for blind former service men and women. BNTVA The Atomic Veterans’ Charity Welfare support for all veterans who have served and are serving where atomic materials are involved. Bridge for Heroes Help and support for serving members of the armed forces, their dependents, veterans, widows, bereaved families following Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. British Forces Resettlement Services Help for the armed forces community with transition into a civilian career. Canine Partners National charity that trains assistance dogs to help veterans and civilians with everyday tasks, giving them independence, confidence and a better quality of life. Combat Stress The UK’s leading military charity specialising in the care of veterans’ mental health. Cruse Bereavement Care Advice, information and support to anyone who has been bereaved (children, young people and adults), whenever or however the death occurred. Erskine Nursing and medical care for former members of the armed forces. Forces in Mind Trust (The) A partnership of UK armed forces charities, mental health organisations and other charities that offer help to the serving and veteran community, particularly with transition to civilian life. Focus on Disability Information on disability, benefits, welfare reform, health issues and mobility; email advice, resources directories and independent living products in the UK. Forces Pension Society Membership society for advice on pension related matters. Greenwich Hospital Charity Charitable support including annuities, sheltered housing and education, to serving and retired personnel of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines and their dependants. Hull Veterans Support Centre Hull and the surrounding area. Support service for veterans and their direct family members. Inside Right – Football Foundation A mental health and wellbeing football programme for ex-service personnel. Liverpool Veterans Project Support to ex-service personnel, their families and those leaving the services and residing in the Liverpool area. Mental health support for the UK armed forces Mental health support and advice facilities for service personnel, reservists, veterans and service families. Mutual Support: Armed Forces Multiple Sclerosis Support Group Support for serving and former members of the armed forces and reserves, their dependants and carers affected by multiple sclerosis. National FEPOW Fellowship Welfare Remembrance Association Practical help and assistance to former Far East Prisoners of War (FEPOWs) their wives and widows. National Gulf Veterans and Families Association Support for those affected by Gulf War 1 and Gulf War 2 (Iraq), Afghanistan, and all future desert conflicts. North East Scotland Disabled Veterans Association Help for disabled veterans whether the disability was due to time in service or when in civilian employment. Although a disabled veterans association, able bodied veterans are also supported. Outside the Wire Confidential alcohol and drug advice and support. Poppy Scotland The leading charity supporting ex-service personnel and their families in Scotland. Poppy Factory (The) Employment help for disabled veterans PTSD Resolution Help for veterans, reservists, and their families following military post traumatic stress suffered as a result of service in the armed forces. The Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps (QARANC) Association Benevolent support and assistance to all members. Queen Alexandra Hospital Home Specialist nursing care, residential and respite care for ex-service personnel. Royal Air Force (RAF) Benevolent Fund Practical, emotional and financial support for all serving and former members of the Royal Air Force as well as their partners and dependent children. Royal Air Force (RAF) Widows’ Association Emotional and financial help. Regimental Association The Royal Logistic Corps (The) Seeks to maintain contact between serving and former members of The Royal Logistic Corps and its Forming Corps. Regional Driving Assessment Centre Assistance in the rehabilitation of those who may have become disabled to help them to regain independent mobility. Advice about anything concerning driving or travelling as a passenger and also about what type of adaptations may be required to vehicles. Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society Housing, residential and nursing care to all former seafarers, particularly the elderly, infirm or disabled, their widows and dependants across the UK, as well as non-seafarers. Royal Air Forces Association (The) Help and support for any past and present members of the RAF and their families who are in need. Royal Army Medical Corps Charity Royal Artillery Charitable Fund (RACF) Advice on all welfare and benevolence matters as well as one off or recurrent grants Royal British Legion (The) Life care and support to all members of the British armed forces past and present, and their families. Royal British Legion Industries (The) Accommodation, employment and support services to armed forces members and families, particularly those who have experienced injury or sickness. Royal British Legion Scotland Help and practical advice for ex-service personnel of all ages across Scotland Royal Cambridge Home (The) Residential, respite and respite day care for ex-service women and the widows and female dependants of all who have served in the UK armed forces, whether regular, territorial or reserves. Royal Commonwealth Ex Services League Welfare support for ex-service personnel of the Commonwealth countries who have at some time served the British Crown and who live overseas. Royal Engineers Association Support for serving and former Sappers, their wives or widows and dependent children. Royal Fleet Auxiliary Association Help and advice to members on association matters and artefacts, reunions and bereavement. Royal Hospital Chelsea Residential care for army veterans who served in Korea, the Falklands, Cyprus, Ireland and World War 2 and soldiers from the Afghanistan and Iraq campaigns when they retire. Royal Naval Association (The) Help for current and former naval service personnel and their relatives. Royal Naval Engineers’ Benevolent Society . Royal Navy Royal Marines Widows Association Royal Navy Officers Charity Financial relief for serving and retired commissioned officers of the Royal Naval Service and their families. Royal Signals Benevolent Fund Comfort and relief to past and present signallers and their dependants who are in conditions of need, hardship or distress. Royal Star and Garter Homes (The) Outstanding nursing and therapeutic care to the ex-service community. Service Leavers Wales Advice, guidance and support for all veterans in Wales and their immediate family members. Scottish Veterans Residences Supports independent living for ex-service personnel of all ages and their spouses through residences and independent flats. Scots Guards Financial assistance to serving or former Scots Guards, their partners and children. Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society (Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners’ Royal Benevolent Society) Financial support to retired or permanently disabled seafarers and their widows/partners in cases of need. Shoulder to Shoulder A TimeBank mentoring project, run in partnership with Combat Stress, matching volunteer mentors with ex-service personnel (including former reservists and TA) who are recovering from mental health problems. SORTED! – Together into sustainable employment Employment information, advice and guidance. South Central Veterans Service Help and support to all former members of all ranks of the British armed forces. Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Practical support and assistance to service personnel, veterans and their families. SPACES: the Single Persons Accommodation Centre for the Ex- Services Help for single former service personnel to find appropriate accommodation when they leave service. St David’s Home Care for the elderly and rehabilitation of the physically disabled, including ex-service personnel. Stoll (formerly Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation) Help to enable vulnerable and disabled ex-service personnel live as independently as possible. Thistle Foundation Accessible housing and medical support for disabled veterans so they can live in their own homes, with their families. Turn2us Assistance with welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help. Troop Aid Support for injured service personnel. The Veterans Contact Point: Armed Forces Centre Confidential and free service for veterans and their families living and working in Coventry and Warwickshire. Veterans Charity (The) Support for injured service personnel. Veterans First Point Holistic welfare and psychological support for veterans and their families living in Lothian. War Widows’ Association of Great Britain (The) A pressure group to improve the conditions of war widows and their dependants in Great Britain. Women’s Royal Naval Service Benevolent Trust Relief in cases of necessity or distress among women who served in the Women’s Royal Naval Service and their dependants.