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Mental Health and Wellbeing

A Field Guide to Self Care during the Coronavirus Outbreak

Lessons from the Battlefield

Our Lessons from the Battlefield is a resource of tips and tools our recovery teams deliver to veterans and their loved ones who have experienced traumatic events or have been affected by working in high-intensity situations.

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Improve your mental health

Improve your mental health

Just as you need to keep physically fit, it’s important to keep a healthy mind. All of the courses run by Help for Heroes are built with this in mind.

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Access Hidden Wounds support

Access Hidden Wounds support

Our Hidden Wounds service provides free and confidential psychological wellbeing advice and support to eligible veterans and their families.

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Wellbeing Support

Wellbeing Support

Wellbeing refers to your overall psychological and physical health.

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Rob Shenton, former Army Officer

Suicide Awareness Training

We need to talk about Suicide. Every day, our specialist teams support veterans and families to stand strong once again. But for many, the journey before they take the first step towards accessing that support can take weeks, months or even years. In collaboration with Zero Suicide Alliance, we've produced a course on suicide awareness.

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Jason Burns

Jason knew he had to start working through his PTSD: “It was an accumulation of all the tours I’ve done. All the things I’ve seen. All the lives I’ve lost. And the sheer weight of the responsibility I feel.”

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John Owens

When John Owens suffered a stroke at the age of 38, coming to terms with it in his mind was tougher than dealing with the effects on his body. John felt unable to talk about it and suffered in silence for 18 months.

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