Recovery Colleges, which are based on the principles of hope, opportunity and control, already exist around the UK and help people with mental health issues gain the skills and confidence to manage their own recovery journeys.Read more
Some Veterans, like injured paratrooper Ben Parkinson, will never fully recover from their battle wounds. Previously, they may not have survived their injuries at all.Read more
The ADVANCE Study is a longitudinal research programme examining the long-term health and welfare of those injured whilst deployed in Iraq or AfghanistanRead more
The campaign comes as new survey results commissioned by Help for Heroes reveal that Armed Forces Veterans are delaying asking for help with their mental healthRead more
Military veterans are to be offered the chance to make a career change to working in the film industry.Read more
A growing partnership between Help for Heroes and Essex Wildlife Trust has recently broken new ground.Read more
Congratulations to the 40 Veterans and Service Personnel who proudly served their country again in the Warrior Games, a major international sports event.
The team was trained and selected by Help for Heroes to represent the UK at the 2018 Warrior Games from 1 – 9 June in Colorado Springs and they took part in nine adaptive sports: Athletics, Archery, Cycling, Indoor Rowing, Sitting Volleyball, Shooting, Swimming, Powerlifting and Wheelchair Basketball.
Competitor Ian Primmer served in the Royal Logistic Corps and suffers from PTSD and hip pain. Ian, who competed in cycling, swimming, and shooting.Read more
The UK team for the 2018 Invictus Games was unveiled this morning in central London.
The first official gathering of the 72-strong team of wounded, injured and sick (WIS) serving military personnel and Veterans took place early this morning at Horse Guards Parade in London.
Help for Heroes is responsible for training, selecting and developing the UK team and this year saw record numbers of hopefuls apply to be on the UK team. The team is comprised of 13 Serving members of the Armed Forces and 59 Veterans. 64% of those selected are new to the Invictus Games.Read more