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Charity Number: 1154510
Company Number: 08675134

Tom Harrison House is a Liverpool-based addiction recovery centre for military veterans, reservists, emergency services personnel, and their families. The abstinence-based, 12-week recovery programme provides support via a bespoke model which aims to treat addiction within the context of those who have a history of military service – with emphasis placed on the role of co-occurring trauma, safety, confidentiality, and camaraderie, as well as reintegration into “civilian” communities.

The project is framed as a community of veterans who possess shared experiences, perspectives, resources and potential blocks to recovery, and who also share the ability to overcome their issues through a highly structured and intensive programme, and with the mutual support of the group. We work to help our veteran clients to make strides toward improving their mental, physical and emotional health, and to regain the sense of community and camaraderie that they had previously experienced during their active service.

Contact Information

http://www.tomharrisonhouse.org.uk/
info@tomharrisonhouse.org.uk
4 Argyle Road
Anfield,Liverpool
L4 2RS
0151 909 8481

Support Offered

The project is framed as a community of veterans who possess shared experiences, perspectives, resources and potential blocks to recovery, and who also share the ability to overcome their issues through a highly structured and intensive programme, and with the mutual support of the group.

Programme elements are diverse and are designed to best reflect the needs of ex-military personnel – the weekly timetable includes physical training sessions, nutrition groups, equine therapy, 5-a-side football, motivational speaker sessions, family sessions, and an art/choir group. Alongside these activities are more traditional elements such as group therapy and personal assignment work. The programme also includes Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) and Seeking Safety groups each week – evidence-based methods that are found to be effective in veteran-specific rehabilitation centres in the USA.

Accommodation is provided for the duration of the programme. Support staff can also assist clients with associated issues, which may include medical issues, move-on housing, benefit entitlements, etc.

Charity Number: 1095308
Company Number: 4544532

Caring for homeless veterans.

Contact Information

http://www.veterans-aid.net
info@veterans-aid.net
27 Victoria Square
London
SW1W 0RB
0207 8282468

Support Offered

Grants/benefits, ongoing financial support.

Hostel accommodation.

Advice and contacts.

Charity Number: 1140832

To increase the mental health fitness levels by delivering 1:1 specialist psychotherapy to serving members of the Armed forces, Veterans and their immediate family members.

Contact Information

http://www.veteransatease.org
admin@veteransatease.org
Alington House
4 North Bailey
Durham
DH1 3ET
07584056181

Support Offered

All of our therapists come from the men and women we help who go on to train as NLP Psychotherapists. We work within the ethical guidelines of the UKCP.

Charity Number: 1128026
Company Number: 06715319

VIA help veterans who have suffered the effects of war or who have found the transition to civilian life difficult.

Contact Information

http://www.veteransinaction.org.uk
info@veteransinaction.org.uk
The Old Grain Store
Redenham Park
Andover
SP11 9AQ
01264 771658

Support Offered

VIA take a non-therapy approach and instead use centre based projects, adventurous activities and expeditions to help rebuild veterans’ confidence, self-esteem and self-belief.

Charity Number: 1112949
Company Number: 05604011

ZANE works to help the most destitute, vulnerable and impoverished people in Zimbabwe.

Contact Information

http://www.zane.uk.com
info@zane.uk.com
PO Box 451
Witney
OX28 9FY

Support Offered

ZANE is the largest supplier of financial aid to elderly people in Zimbabwe who lost their life savings and pensions in the economic collapse and subsequent hyper-inflation. This includes over 600 frail veterans and their widows who
fought for the Crown but have been left destitute with insufficient food and limited healthcare. Only those genuinely in need of assistance receive it.

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