This page brieflysummarizes some of what we know about traumatic symptoms and responses, andincludes links describing PTSD symptoms and coping strategies. Other links leadto more research-oriented issues, such as measuring treatment efficacy, etc.Succeeding pages at this site provide additional links to more detailedreferences, online articles, and web resources helpful in understanding traumaresponses and treatment.
Provides informationon trauma and on the various traumatic stress reactions, including PTSD with links to aselection of materials which helpful information for the general public and forhealth professionals about Post Traumatic Stress Reactions. Seelink for comprehensive list of UK trauma services.
Combat Stress isthe UK's leading military charity specialising in thecare of Veterans' mental health. We look after men and women whoare suffering from a psychological condition related to their Servicecareer. This might be depression, anxiety, a phobia or PTSD (PostTraumatic Stress Disorder). Our services are free of charge to theVeteran. Also offer support to partnersand families of veterans. Offers a24-hour Helplineservicefor the military community and their families who are seeking helpand advice for mental health issues.
Help for Heroes raises money to support members of theArmed Forces who have been wounded in the service of their country. Weask our supporters to “do their bit” to show these extraordinary young men andwomen that they are cared for by us.
SSAFA (Soldiers,Sailors, Airmen and Families Association Forces Help)
Forces Line: 0800 731 4880 (The ForcesLine is completely independent of the military chain of command and our serviceis totally confidential.)
SSAFA Forces Help has been serving the Armed Forcesand their families for well over a 100 years and their work is as vital todayas it has ever been. Continually evolving support services are driven bythe current needs of the Service community. They are particularly relevant intoday's high pressure military environment. SSAFA’s services reflect thefinancial, practical and emotional issues people face today and they are freelyavailable to virtually everybody with a Service connection.
The Royal British Legion safeguards the welfare,interests and memory of those who are serving or who have served in the ArmedForces. We help serving and ex-Service personnel and their families. Notjust those who fought in the two World Wars, but also those involved inthe many conflicts since 1945 and those still fighting today.