We investigated what support was available to families of WIS personnel from the Ministry of Defence (MoD), charities and other Government Departments and identified gaps in the current provision of support. The research was funded by the MoD.
The study aimed to find out if screening for mental health disorders in the Armed Forces would decrease the prevalence for these disorders by helping troops who have recently returned from deployment seek appropriate care for mental health disorders. The study was funded by the United States Department of Defense.
This study examined the mental health and well-being, quality of life, service use and perceived needs of younger (ex-)Service personnel who sustained a visual impairment. The study was commissioned by Blind Veterans UK.
The purpose of this study was to help understand the pluses and minuses of military life on the well-being of the children of UK Service personnel. These data will help policy makers and service providers provide a better service for the needs of children of military personnel. This study was fully supported SSAFA Forces Help, Army Families Federation (AFF) and the Royal British Legion (RBL).