Mental Health

Focus On: Armed Forces Charities Mental Health Provision

In this report, DSC focus on charities providing mental health support for the armed forces community.
This is a unique resource for charities, government, policymakers and researchers to understand what armed forces charities deliver in terms of their mental health provision.

Download the report and the supporting materials via the links below. 

Ray Lock CBE, Chief Executive FiMT:

‘It is only right that we invest in credible, independent evidence, such as this report, so that our efforts and resources are deployed where they are most needed, and where they can have the greatest positive effect.’

Debra Allcock Tyler, Chief Executive DSC:

‘We are very fortunate to have so many brilliant forces charities in the UK, and it is vital that we continue to illuminate and celebrate their work.’   

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Mental Health in Numbers

76

Charities provide mental health support 

7,000-10,000

Beneficiaries accessed mental health support last year.

28 million

Spent on mental health provision last year