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Support services for Armed Forces & their families **Correct at Aug 2017**

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As title say this is the link on the Governments new website with further information on their:




and info from that site:




Healthcare, Housing and Support Services available for Military Personnel.

  • British Forces Post Office Find out about the British Forces Post Office services, how to address mail, BFPO numbers, e-blueys and free mail.

  • Career Transition Partnership The Career Transition Partnership is there to help ex-service people to find a new civilian career or job and help employers to recruit the best.

  • Information for service leavers The Career Transition Partnership helps people leaving the services to find new careers and jobs - along with a range of further support services.

  • Looking after our Armed Forces There is strong commitment to maintaining the overall health and wellbeing of service personnel - even after they have left the services.

  • MoneyForce A financial awareness website for Service personnel and their families.

  • Recruiting ex-services personnel The benefits of recruiting people who have served in the Armed Forces and services offered by the Career Transition Partnership.

  • Support for war veterans Find out about legacy health, recognition, return to civilian life, support from the voluntary sector, commemoration and payment schemes.

  • The Battle Back programme Sport and training programmes for wounded, injured and sick personnel from across the Armed Forces.

  • The armed forces covenant The covenant is a pledge made by the government to ensure that the armed forces are not disadvantaged as a result of their service.

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