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Charity Number: 201321

Dedicated exclusively to supporting officers, ex-officers and their dependants. Including provision of employment services, financial and welfare support. Works in close collaboration with other charities.

Collocated with The Soldier’s Charity, RFEA and the Haig Housing Trust and Cobseo.

Contact Information
40 Caversham Road
020 7808 4160

Support Offered

Short and long term financial help and advice for ex-officers and their families, throughout their lives.

Access to residential homes for disabled and single persons.

Employment support and job finding for officers and ex-officers throughout their working lives. Part of MoD Career Transition Partrnership.

Charity Number: 1122801
Company Number: 6388343

Outside the Wire provides a bespoke alcohol, drug and PTSD service, offering confidential advice and current and ex HM Forces personnel and their families across Norfolk,Suffolk and Essex.


Contact Information
The Matthew Project
70 – 80 Oak St

Support Offered

We offer free 1 to 1 sessions, either at home or at an outreach location, to provide support with:

• relapse prevention
• harm reduction
• advocacy
• family support
• therapy
• onward referrals

Scottish Charity Number: SC014486

To provide self-management for those burdened with chronic pain via monthly group meetings or by one-to-one sessions by arrangement.

Contact Information
Suite D
Moncrieffee Business Centre
Friarton Road,Perth
0800 783 6059

Support Offered

Providing valuable tools helping veterans manage their pain more effectively on a day-to-day basis and help lead an improved quality of life.

Charity Number: 1111106
Company Number: 5454676

Providing nationally recognised civilian qualifications to Service personnel, and the wider defence community including veterans and dependants.

Contact Information
RA Barracks

Support Offered

• From a qualification in telecommunications or logistics to an award in Leadership & Management, we offer over 40 civilian vocational and professional qualifications to improve the skills and knowledge of serving personnel, and in preparation for their next career.
• We have Learning Centres all over England and Northern Germany, as well as opportunities for work-based and online learning.
• Some courses are free or subsidised and, as an approved MOD ELC provider, serving and retired personnel can use their learning credits to offset the cost of the courses.

Charity Number: 210063

A not-for-profit charity providing accommodation, employment and support services to Armed Forces individuals and families, particularly those who have experienced injury or sickness.

Contact Information
Hall Road
ME20 7NL

Support Offered

RBLI delivers LifeWorks, an innovative and personalised guidance course to those transitioning out of the Armed Forces or Veterans who need to review their employment options or general career direction. Building on existing skills for employment beyond the Armed Forces, Lifeworks is designed to maximise potential for a successful and sustainable career in Civvy Street.

We also provide accommodation to Armed Forces personnel as well as a range of healthcare and welfare services

Company Number: 8117441

To inform and increase demand for transitioning and former Service men and women through the provision of advisory, managed recruitment and training services to employers. We also provide individual, targeted employment support to jobseekers, especially those seeking employment in the private sector.

Contact Information
Hartham Park
SN13 0RP
01249 691417

Support Offered

Provision of individual, targeted employment support to transitioning and former Service men and women. These services are designed to complement those provided through the MOD’s Career Transition Partnership and by
the Service charities.

SaluteMyJob specialises in helping employers fill particular skills gaps, for example in the fields of cyber security, operations and project management,transport and rail and business assurance. In partnership with IBM and the Corsham Institute, we run training courses for those seeking employment in cyber security.

Charity Number: 1169441
Company Number: 10008613

Sporting Force was established to help ex-service men and women make the transition from a life in the military to life as a civilian through social engagement, participation in sport, voluntary placements, training and qualifications into a variety of jobs in the sports and leisure industry. Life in the military is an active life and by working with sports organisations we can offer opportunities that appeal, ignite a passion and help create a new life outside of the services. All the opportunities we offer are inclusive and can be adapted to meet the needs of our disabled veterans. Our veteran centric approach ensures that sports qualifications and employment are successful and relevant to the beneficiary.

Contact Information
The Digital Factory
Durham Way South
Newton Aycliffe,Durham
0800 050 9502

Support Offered

5 Step Recovery pathway & transition into civilian life through sport:

A. Each beneficiary will be allocated a Veteran Support Officer at time of registration. A progression pathway will be discussed and implemented. These are unique to each individual but a standard time line would be over 12 months from registration to significant outcome.

B. Initial engagement/personal contact is at an Open Day/Social Engagement event. These can comprise of a stadium tour, match day tickets, sports participation or a meeting with the SF team.

There will be opportunities and offers presented at the open day in relation to training, qualifications and pathways.

C. Training and qualifications in a variety of roles are offered as block/residential courses.

D. On completion of the training or at a defined point on the progression pathway the Veteran Support Officer (VSO) sources voluntary placements. These have primarily been professional football clubs and will continue to be so as this is the most popular interest from veterans. We have also placed veterans in a variety of roles and sports clubs including rugby, snow sports, cricket,gyms and boxing clubs.

E. Support into employment in the sports and leisure industry

Scottish Charity Number: SCO45309

Stand Easy works towards the recovery of Wounded, Injured or Sick Veterans through the use of drama activities.

Contact Information
6 High St
KY10 2LA
01333 278 853

Support Offered

We run a 4 week drama activities project each May. This, at the request of our Veterans, leads to the tour of a play devised by the Veterans together with the actors, both professional and volunteer drama students.
Most of the Veterans we work with have mental health issues such as PTSD, and we have considerable success in improving their lives.
We also run weekly drama workshops which have a strong sociable element to them. This means that we can provide support for our Veterans throughout the year, and Veterans who cannot cope with a 4 week commitment can still be involved. We will be working with schools in the Tayside area to create short scenarios that we will perform to the schools in order to raise discussions about mental health issues.
We work in a way that revives skills that our Veterans already possess: courage, a sense of family, communication skills, a sense of humour, focus on a task, team work etc – skills that are in fact all common to drama work. We then add in the creative and imaginative context of the work and staff. All of this takes place in a safe and secure environment that we take time to build.
We work in partnership with Legion Scotland, Veterans First Point, Combat Stress, Step Together, Help for Heroes Band of Brothers/Sisters, Dundee Council and the Dundee and Angus College.

Charity Number: 1038253

Step Together helps people in need of intensive support across the UK to take positive action to change their lives and the lives of others through volunteering. Our team of outreach workers provide tailored one-to-one support to help individuals into volunteering placements that match their needs and interests, and help them develop the personal and practical skills required to build a more positive future. Step Together has its head office in Bristol, but operates projects across England and Scotland. The charity changed its name from ‘WWV’ in March 2016.

Contact Information
5 Russell Town Avenue
0117 955 9042

Support Offered

Step Together provides support to wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans to engage in community volunteering as part of their recovery and rehabilitation process. Working through a team of four outreach workers based in Tedworth House and Phoenix House Recovery Centres, and in the PRU in Edinburgh, Step Together provides tailored one-to-one support to help WIS and veterans into volunteering placements that match their needs and interests, and help them develop the personal and practical skills required to build a more positive future.

Company Number: 09290440

TEAM ENDEAVOUR RACING is open to Wounded, Injured and Sick (WIS) serving personnel and veterans. It provides a foundation as a transition vehicle supporting and empowering team members into future employment, training or education, utilising peer mentoring and providing support and assistance through its network partners.

Contact Information
47 Durrants Road
Rowlands Castle

Support Offered

We are part of the Battle Back programme and sports recovery. We support Help for Heroes Rolling Recovery Programme and offer additional vocational support.
Our objectives are:

a. To introduce and increase participation at the sports recovery event and to allow WIS personnel to take their first step, without committing to a full season.
b. Provide new team members for next season or give someone an exciting ride in a racing powerboat. This will increase our numbers further and promote our inclusion initiative whilst enabling transition.
c. Provide RYA courses – provided for individuals interested in Powerboats. RYA PB2, Intermediate & Advanced, Safety Boat and VHF Radio.
d. Provide opportunities for those not wishing to compete, but wish to participate in shore support, maintenance, National Race Support, scrutineering and photography.

Our aims are to develop, inspire and challenge Team Members during this demanding and difficult time transitioning from the Armed Forces, in a secure environment supported by volunteers with service backgrounds including its own WIS personnel and veterans. The project prides itself on the same values and goals to develop personal and team development post injury in the Armed Forces.

Our overarching objectives are to: Inspire, Develop and Challenge.

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