Supporting former servicemen and women
We announced a new ﬁve-year strategy at our AGM on 20 September 2017.
We propose making some changes so we can meet the continuing demand for our services from former servicemen and women.
Our Chief Executive Sue Freeth introduces the new strategy in this video.
We plan to make it easier for former servicemen and women to be assessed and get access to our treatment and support programmes.
We are also planning to introduce new non-residential modular treatment programmes to ﬁt around veterans’ work and family life. This means the number of residential beds at our treatment centres will be reduced to release resources to run these new programmes.
You can hear more from our Chairman of Trustees, Andrew Graham, about what the changes mean for veterans in this video.
We propose to start the ﬁrst phase of these proposals this winter by making changes in our central region, and how we run our Helpline and triage services, following a consultation with employees. We will be announcing the outcome of our consultation at the end of November.
If you would like to ask any questions or give your thoughts about these proposed changes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org