A powerful 60-minute film sharing the stories of military veterans
The Combat Stress 100 project was made in partnership with reminiscence charity Age Exchange. It was made possible thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, and of course the veterans who shared their stories.
This 60-minute film captures the unguarded stories of military veterans, the camaraderie of basic training, fighting on the front line, the devastating impact of PTSD, and their enduring strength to rebuild their lives.
The film was made by eight veterans who were treated by Combat Stress. They were trained to film and conduct interviews with fellow veterans who have also been supported by the charity. Right across the UK, veterans sat down in front of the camera and gave unfiltered and profoundly moving accounts of their experiences.
For over 100 years, we have provided specialist mental health support to former servicemen and women from every service and every conflict. Some may find the stories in the project hard to hear, as a charity we feel it’s important that they are heard. If you're a veteran struggling with your mental health our helpline is open 24hr to take your call on 0800 138 1619.
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Combat Stress 100 is a true insight into the impact of living with military trauma, this project includes the film above, a six part Podcast Series and a living archive of powerful first person accounts told by veterans.
Visit the Combat Stress 100 page to find out more.
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The Combat Stress 100 Project was made in conjunction with Age Exchange and made possible thanks to funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
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The Combat Stress 100 project contains talk about military service and traumatic events which some people may find upsetting. Our 24/7 free Helpline remains open, so please do not hesitate to call if you need someone to talk to or any guidance during this time.
COMBAT STRESS 24/7 FREE HELPLINE 0800 138 1619.