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Review targets more effective welfare services for veterans

A major review has been announced into the effectiveness and efficiency of welfare services for veterans. The review, announced by the Office for Veterans’ Affairs and the Ministry of Defence, will also identify any duplication or gaps in support. Support …

Veterans get say in first official UK survey

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The very first UK-wide official survey for veterans and their families is now under way. For another six weeks, veterans across the country can have their say and help to shape the future of veteran services. Funded and commissioned by …

Volunteering to Make a Difference for Veterans

Barrie Griffiths knows exactly why he volunteered to make a difference for veterans – as a former RAF serviceman, seeing some struggle to adapt to civilian life was a big motivator. He linked up with one of the 13 regions …

Welsh Veterans in Custody to receive specialised help

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A project designed to help veterans as they go through the criminal justice system in Wales has been awarded funding from the Armed Forces Covenant fund. Support Transition of Military Personnel (SToMP) was developed to try to ensure veterans who enter the criminal justice system are consistently identified early on and can be guided towards those support services...

Liverpool FC Foundation Military Veterans Programme - Barracks To Bootroom

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Liverpool FC was the first Premier League Club to sign the Armed Forces Covenant in 2014. Steve Hollis leads the Military Veterans Football Programme, which is part of the Liverpool FC Foundation. Steve tells us how he and the Club believe that they are creating positive and sustainable changes to many Veterans lives...