News from other sources in the sector

12th July 2017

Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT), in collaboration with Centre for Mental Health and King’s Centre for Military Health Research, has issued its second highlight notice under its

5th July 2017

A new report providing the first UK-wide summary of the mental and related health and social care needs of veterans and their family members and provision of

29th June 2017

Forces in Mind Trust was delighted to be mentioned by Lord Patel of Bradford during his speech on the Armed Forces Covenant as part of the Queen’s

13th June 2017

Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT), in partnership with Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), is looking to appoint a Director to establish and grow a new FiMT Research Centre (FiMT)

24th May 2017

Service Leavers who are likely to struggle to adapt to civilian life should be identified by the Ministry of Defence before they leave the Armed Forces and

Monday, 10 April 2017 16:35

FiMT talks to Fundraising Magazine

The aim of the Forces in Mind Trust is to provide an evidence base that will influence and underpin policy making and service delivery in order to enable ex-Service personnel and

3rd April 2017

A new report, identifying the challenges faced by ex-Service personnel who enter police custody and ways to better support them was released today (3 April) and has

20th March 2017

A grant of £28,664 has been awarded to Anglia Ruskin University, to conduct an audit of services available for, and provided to, Commonwealth serving and ex-Service personnel

2nd March 2017

The Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT), established to help ex-Service personnel and their families make a successful transition back to civilian life, formally celebrated the achievements of

1st March 2017

Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT), together with the Officers’ Association has today (1 March) released a new report, which provides a definitive demographic profile of the serving

Page 1 of 7
  • 1
  • 2

User Login