A century of veteran mental health, the advancements in treatment and the changing attitudes towards employing veterans is the focus of this year’s free-to-attend Military Mind business symposium presented by Combat Stress.Continue reading “Veterans’ mental health charity Combat Stress to host business symposium”
The Royal British Legion says it is concerned that new figures which show the public have little understanding of the military could lead to a decline in support for serving and ex-serving personnel.Continue reading “The Royal British Legion Highlights Worrying Decline In Understanding Of The Armed Forces”
Veterans’ mental health charity Combat Stress launches a new campaign on Monday (29 April) to reveal the devastating isolation experienced by veterans with military-related trauma.Continue reading “Combat Stress launches new campaign revealing the impact of military-related trauma”
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