ABF The Soldiers’ Charity has awarded Combat Stress a grant of £250,000 to enable us to continue delivering our life-changing treatment and support to veterans with complex mental health issues.
Through the generous grant, ABF The Soldiers’ Charity has maintained its commitment to ensuring Army veterans with mental health problems receive the support they need and deserve.
Robert Marsh, Director of Fundraising at Combat Stress, said: “We are extremely grateful to ABF The Soldiers’ Charity for their generous support and for their commitment to Army veterans with complex mental health problems.
“This grant will enable us to deliver our specialist services to former servicemen and women across the UK, helping them to tackle the past and take on the future.”
Brigadier (Ret’d) Peter Monteith, Chief of Staff at ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, said: “Here at The Soldiers’ Charity, we have always been humbled by the way Combat Stress consistently responds to the evolving needs of veterans living with complex mental health conditions.
“We are proud to award this grant and make getting the right help and advice more available to the Army family whenever they may need it.”