These links are provided for assistance only. Please ensure you make your own checks on the provided pages before providing any personal information.If you feel unwell or think you may have a mental health problem, it is ESSENTIAL that you consult medical professionals (such as your GP) as soon as possible.
Post-traumatic stress disorder advice from Dr Rob Hicks
The Society was founded in 1919, one year after the end of the First World War. Since then it has helped over 85,000 veterans cope with their suffering. Currently, there are over 7000 veterans being helped, with many new referrals.
Government backed site with guidance on how to obtain assistance with Combat Stress
A resource for those with PTSD, their family, friends and partners
Extensive information site from NHS Direct, includes questions to help self assessment.
Provides links to support sites and stories from Falklands Vetrans.
Self guided questionnaire to help veterans answer "How do I know if I am suffering from PTSD?"
The Warrior Programme offers support for persons with mental illness including PTSD. Anyone from the Association is eligible to receive free help.