If you’re struggling with thoughts of suicide, don’t suffer alone. There is help available and it’s really important that you tell someone how you are feeling.
A dedicated programme for military families who have lost someone who served in the Armed Forces.
Specialist treatment and support for veterans. The 24-hour confidential helpline is there for veterans and their families.
An anonymous online community with trained professionals, available 24/7. It is free for members of the Armed Forces, veterans and military families and for people living in Stockport.
Advice and support, including crisis help, for former members of the Armed Forces and their families.
Confidential helpline and email service for those who are serving or have served in the military and their families.
A charity that supports the RAF and their families. Also offer free online mental wellbeing training for non-serving members of the RAF family.
One to one private therapy for ex-service personnel through its Head Start programme. It also provides advice and support around a wide variety of issues, such as, employment, criminal justice and family. If you’re struggling, text Contact to 85258 any time, any day.
The MOD’s dedicated veterans support organisation for veterans or anyone supporting a veteran, and their families. The Veterans Welfare Service is part of this and offers help and guidance either by telephone or face to face.
A one stop centre providing advice and guidance for Armed Forces Serving Personnel, Veterans and their families in Wigan.
Support, advice, guidance and advocacy for military veterans who are struggling to adjust to civilian life
Mental health and wellbeing service for veterans, provided by people who understand military life.
Losing someone you know to suicide can be devastating and there are additional factors to consider if you are part of a military family.