Today (10 October) is World Mental Health Day. A day recognised ever year to highlight the importance of looking after our mental health, the support available and what needs to be done to provide more support.
Fireworks are used to celebrate various dates in the calendar, such as New Year and the impending Bonfire Night on 5 November. But for veterans and those living with PTSD, this time of year can be distressing and even trigger flashbacks, or other symptoms of the condition.
Today (7 October), at the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, Public Health England (PHE), in partnership with the NHS, have announced the launch of a brand-new mental health platform, Every Mind Matters.
Leaving the Armed Forces is a large adjustment. As the time comes for your partner or spouse to transition into civilian life, Saskia Harper asks: What guidance is available for military families going through resettlement?
Using Armed Forces experience and a peer-to-peer communication service, All Call Signs has saved at least 47 lives in the last year. We speak to co-founder Dan Arnold about why the service is so important.