There are many organisations you can speak to for help or support.
|Name of organisation||Service|
|The Veterans' Gateway||The Veterans’ Gateway aims to be the first point of contact for veterans or their families. They'll help to find you the right support or service – no matter where you are or what you need.|
|103 Regiment Royal Artillery (Volunteers)
Lieutenant Colonel Rich Jordan
|Representing the Ministry of Defence across the 10 boroughs of Greater Manchester.|
AFF is the voice of the Army family. It empowers, acts as an advocate and an expert witness to promote a quality of life, which reflects the Armed Forces Covenant.
Get in touch with your Regional Manager or Liaison Officer if you need help around any issue. You can access confidential advice without revealing your identity.
0800 389 7979
|The charity is reaching out to the tens of thousands of ex-Service men and women who are now battling severe sight loss, who could be eligible for support but who currently do not realise it. It doesn’t matter when or how a veteran lost their sight, or when they served, Blind Veterans UK can help. If you care for a veteran with sight loss, or know someone who does, request Blind Veterans UK’s free, lifelong support.|
|Commando Veterans Association||Find information regarding commandos including on units, campaigns and equipment insignia.|
|Fusiliers Association Lancashire||Find details of local branches, events and contact information.|
|Healthcare for the armed forces community||Healthcare information and support for the UK's 10 million-strong armed forces community, including serving personnel, reservists, families and veterans.|
|Military Veterans Service||An NHS psychological therapy service working with British ex-service personnel, across the North West. Their aim is to improve the mental health and emotional wellbeing of ex-service personnel and their families.|
|Rochdale Fusiliers Association
|Goals are to maintain contact with ex-members of the Regiment and to provide help towards their welfare needs.|
|SSAFA Forces Help
0800 731 4880
|SSAFA helps the armed forces community by providing direct support to individuals in need of physical or emotional care.|
|The Royal British Legion – Manchester
|A voice for the armed forces community.|
|Veterans in Communities
|Veterans in Communities (VIC) is an East Lancashire based Armed Forces charity that works across Rossendale, Pendle, Burnley, Hyndburn, Ribble, Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale.
VIC supports those who have served in any of the branches of the armed forces, emergency services and their families who have or are having difficulties with returning to ‘Civvy Street’.
Provides pay, pension and support services to both military personnel and the veterans community, directly serving around 900,000 members of the Armed Forces community.