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Supporting Veterans healthcare

We’re committed to helping our Veterans in every way possible; caring for their mental and physical health, supporting them and their family and carers to live a healthy and happy lifestyle, and ensuring that they have equal access to any employment opportunities within our organisation. 

We’ve signed the Armed Forces Covenant

We have signed the Armed Forces Covenant showing our commitment to people from the Armed Forces and stipulates a range of requirements from us as service providers and employers.

In the video below, Major Dawn Saunders, Officer Commanding of 94 (Berkshire Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, and our Chief Executive, Julian Emms, talk about the importance of the Armed Forces Covenant.

We also have the Bronze award for the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme and are currently working towards the Silver award.

Visit GOV.UK to read more about the Defence Employer Recognition 

The Armed Forces Covenant, which was enshrined in law in the Armed Forces Act (2011), ensures that Service Personnel, Veterans, and their families aren’t disadvantaged by their Service and that special provision is made for those who have sacrificed the most, including the injured and the bereaved.

Visit the Armed Forces Covenant website to find out more 

If you’re a veteran or member of the Armed Forces, please let us know on your first visit to our services or as part of your referral so we can get you the care you need. 

We also support our staff who are members of reserve forces, through flexibility around working hours, and additional leave for deployment and training commitments. 

Our Veterans Mental Health and Wellbeing Service

Our Veterans’ Services support people from the Armed Forces in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight, who are experiencing challenges on discharge.

These may be mental health difficulties, problems adjusting to life out of the armed forces, including housing, finances and employment and difficulties accessing services. We also provide support to families of service people and their carers. 

Find out more about our Veterans Mental Health and Wellbeing service

Veterans CJLD support

Our Criminal Justice Liaison and Diversion (CJLD) team provides support to UK veterans, regular and reserve - including those who have served in the Royal Fleet Auxiliary - involved in the judicial system, either with the police or the courts.

Find out more about our Veterans CJLD service