Armed Forces Covenant

Proudly supporting those who served

Since 2017 Skill Horizons has been a Bronze Award Holder of the Armed Forces Covenant, and in 2021 will be working towards Silver.

 

The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise by the nation ensuring that those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families, are treated fairly.

What a successful year its been virtually, bingo, quiz, chatting

Next Virtual Event:

Thursday 8 April 6-8pm

Quiz

Zoom details will be uploaded day before - watch this space

The Not Forgotten: Boredom Buster Booklet
The Not Forgotten Boredom Buster VF.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [8.0 MB]

Programmes

Programmes provided by a team of experts in their field

BEE

Fingers crossed for a 2021 launch

BEACH

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TREES

EarthCraft Uk:

Veteran Trees offers an introduction to the woodland as a resource that promotes mental and physical health, ds with your unique and creatiand social wellbeing.

Across eleven days we’ll explore a range of nature based activities including forge and fire, green woodworking, bushcraft and archery.

VETERANS OUTDOORS

Veteran-Outdoors: Providing quality outdoor related activities in 3 key areas. Choose for their therapeutic effects that being in the outdoors actually has on the mental and physical disabilities and our overall wellbeing

OP COURAGE

In LONDON or the SOUTH EAST of England, call 020 3317 6818 or email cim-tr.veteranstilservicelse@nhs.net

Op COURAGE is there to provide specialist care and support for Service leavers, reservists, veterans and their families and the new name recognises that the first call for help takes courage.

 

If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health or wellbeing, expert help is available from Op COURAGE. It doesn’t matter if you’re due to leave the Armed Forces, just left the Armed Forces or left decades ago, they are there to help and understand the courage it takes to speak to someone, and work to make sure they get the right type of specialist care, support, and treatment.

 

You can contact the service yourself, or ask your GP, a charity, or someone else, such as a family member or friend, to do this for you. FWP is always ready to help you contact the service.

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