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Felix Fund has been in existence since April 2011 when it was established to meet the then urgent needs of British bomb disposal and search personnel and their families. This small and unique trade within the British Army has very specific requirements which could not be adequately met by general service charities.
The aim of Felix Fund is to provide welfare support and financial assistance to these trades within the British Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force and to their families, particularly following their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan.
For more information about Felix Fund please visit www.felixfund.org.uk.
Stand Down provide psychological help and support to any active serving member or veteran of the British Armed Forces who suffer mental trauma as a result of military service. They also aim to provide help and support to the dependents of those affected by psychiatric injury.
Stand Down offer regular weekly online therapy sessions, by way of a teleconferencing platform, to the service user and any dependent that is in need of support. General counselling will be offered alongside Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and eventually Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Deptheraphy are an English based charity that presently seeks to rehabilitate seriously injured British Armed Services Personnel who have suffered life changing mental or physical injuries, through the medium of scuba diving.
The Dare to Live Trust is a cutting edge education and life skills programme that aims to improve the well-being and ease the challenges that servicemen and women experience as they transition into civilian life and young people experience as they transition into adult life.
Dare to Live support these groups with Transition; which means finding a new purpose and direction for their lives.
Troops 2 Trades (T2T) mission is to provide a service that supports all Uniformed Service leavers of any Uniformed Service in their transition to civilian life and employment. Especially those personnel who through illness or injury are unable to continue in their chosen service or normal way of life. Additionally we will assist those families providing care and welfare support to our uniformed veteran.
T2T will specifically aid our uniformed veterans who require job match skills to enhance their opportunities. Especially providing opportunities to those who are unable to work to a normal daily routine due to medication or infirmity, giving them back some respect, independence and security. Finally to provide contact centres for those suffering from post traumatic stress (PTSD) or similar mental health issues, providing information, advice and mentoring services by qualified mentors.