This year, Help for Heroes is asking the nation to call time on stigma.
We commissioned a survey last month to understand how long it takes Veterans to come forward for mental health support.
The results were as follows:
We believe it isn’t good enough, that so many Veterans are still being affected by stigma. We have therefore created our Help for Heroes Stigma Clock and are asking the public to help cut the time it takes Veterans to come forward by sharing, fundraising or donating to fund vital support.
We need your support, so we can be there for Veterans as soon as they need us.
Find out more here:
Figures on this page, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. Total sample size was 10,444 adults, of which 189 had served in the Armed Forces and had experienced difficulties with mental health. Fieldwork was undertaken between 7th - 13th December 2018. The survey was carried out online. The figures have been weighted and are representative of all GB adults (aged 18+).
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