In crisis? Find out how you can get urgent support

If you need support urgently or outside of our working hours, please don’t hesitate to contact


Freephone their Veterans Support Hub for the military community on 0808 175 3075 (24/7) or email – to access confidential emotional support for feelings of distress, despair or suicidal thoughts.


A crisis text support service for people in the military community who are struggling and need immediate support to get through a crisis. Text CONTACT to 85258. #TextCONTACT85258

NHS 111

To access medical help fast but when it’s not a 999 emergency, telephone 111 (available 24 hours). To access information from the NHS on conditions, treatments, local services and healthy living, visit the NHS website.


For urgent psychological support, please call 0800 1381619.


For urgent housing support, please call 0808 800 4444.

Does your hearing loss impact your day-to-day life?

Maybe you avoid visiting noisy places? 

Perhaps your tinnitus keeps you awake at night? 

Does missing parts of a conversation sometimes leave you feeling isolated? 

This course can help you.

You’ll develop a greater understanding of tinnitus and hearing loss and how it can affect both your body and mind. From here you’ll discover techniques to manage its impact.

What Tinnitus and Hearing Loss Courses does Help for Heroes offer?

Living well with Tinnitus and Hearing Loss- this free group course is run online via Microsoft Teams. Sessions are co-delivered by our own peer trainers and Recovery staff.

What will I learn?

  • What tinnitus and hearing loss are.
  • The physical and psychological links between tinnitus and hearing loss.
  • Its impact on your daily life.
  • How to manage your tinnitus and hearing loss effectively and improve your quality of life.
  • What safety planning is, and how you can use it to help you.
  • How to access support services and have a conversation with your GP and other healthcare professionals.

Please note

The course has been co-produced with Tinnitus UK, to help you develop strategies to reduce the impact your condition has on your life. It is not designed to cure your condition, but it can give you the ability and confidence to make lifestyle changes and get the best possible medical support.

Course structure and duration

  • 1 x meet and greet session.
  • 1 x 3-hour module and 1 x 3.5-hour module. One module per week over two consecutive weeks.

How do I access the Course?


If you are already engaged with us, please speak to your point of contact within the Charity. They will be able to help book you onto our courses.

If you are not yet engaged with us, we’d love to welcome you.

Apply for course

Other ways we can help you with Tinnitus and Hearing Loss

Our nurses and occupational therapists have experience working with veterans, and many have served in the Armed Forces. They understand your background and can support you to create a healthcare plan that improves your quality of life.

Does your injury or medical condition make everyday tasks a struggle? Maybe you’re having difficulty hearing? Whatever physical challenges you face, we can help you get equipment to help manage your illness or injury.

For more information visit our physical health page.

Wow! What a course. The facilitator was great, and the content really opened my eyes. Highly recommended.”


Tinnitus and Hearing Loss Course