There'll be more support and investment for veterans in Wales living with mental health problems. Former soldiers have campaigned and called on the Welsh Government to offer better services for those who've fought in conflict.
The rebranded Veterans NHS Wales will now aim to raise awareness of the specialist needs of those who've served in the military, with £100,000 of additional funding announced today by the Welsh Government.
Mike Griffiths has been to meet one man who feared for his life if he didn't get the right support.
Life after leaving the army wasn't easy for Allan Morgan.
He drank heavily and had a violent temper, made worse, he says, by his experiences serving in Northern Ireland.
Allan referred himself to the All-Wales Veterans Health and Wellbeing Service (now Veterans NHS Wales), which led to him seeing a trained veterans therapist at an NHS clinic in Swansea
Nine months on, he says it's transformed his life.
Currently veterans who contact the service can wait anything from a matter of weeks to several months before beginning treatment, depending on where they live in Wales.