A visit to Combat Stress

Supporting Veterans Through PTSD Programs

Our director, Danielle, and head of operations, Ben, were recently invited to Tyrwhitt House, the remarkable hub where Combat Stress operates the only on-site PTSD recovery programs for British veterans.

Combat Stress was founded on May 12, 1919, amidst scarcity of understanding and genuine support regarding mental health. The visionary founders began raising funds by organising recuperative homes for veterans, setup to facilitate occupational activities designed to help rebuild their lives. Since its inception, Combat Stress has been pivotal in aiding thousands of veterans on their path to recovery.

Each year, they offer five programs with extensive aftercare for every participating veteran, coupled with an incredibly effective pre-program designed to prepare veterans on what to expect, ensuring they arrive fully equipped on day one.

Following our first-hand experience at Tyrwhitt House, witnessing the incredible facilities, and meeting the dedicated, hands-on staff, we are wholeheartedly committed to supporting Combat Stress at every opportunity. We encourage anyone who wants to make a difference in the lives of veterans through volunteering or financial aid to get in touch with their amazing team.

For veterans who are navigating the challenges of PTSD, we urge you to reach out and seek the help you need – and profoundly deserve.

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