Are you a family with someone serving in the Armed Forces? Is caring for someone within that family because of mental or physical ill health your responsibility?

According to the Army Welfare Service and Army Family Federation the majority of those looking after loved ones within the armed forces community may not be aware that help is available or may not even consider themselves carers, but if you look after a loved one, whether its a brother, sister, wife, partner or husband, you are a carer and there is help available.

Our Courage to Care can help you develop new skills, provide opportunities for accredited training and work experience, and offer support if you need it. 

Courage to Care works with a network of trained support officers and volunteers from within the military community. Read more about the project here.

If you think you might benefit from our Courage to Care project please get in touch on 0800 181 4118 and speak to Tracy Park.