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Our Helpline

If you’re currently serving or have served in the UK Armed Forces, you can call our 24-hour mental health helpline. If you’re a family member or carer worried about the mental health of a loved one, or need to talk to someone yourself, you can call the helpline too.

The helpline is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for veterans and their families.

If you need support please call

0800 138 1619

Serving personnel and their families can call 0800 323 4444.

You can also text on 07537 173683 or email 

Standard charges may apply for texts, please check with your provider.

Combat Stress and our helpline are not a crisis service.  If you are in a an emergency situation and need urgent support please call the emergency services via 999 or the Samaritans via 116 123.

If you are not a veteran and would like to contact us click here.

Get In Contact

If you have a question you would like to ask us or if you would like to make a complaint please fill in the form below.
You can read our Complaints Policy here. 

For urgent media enquiries please call our Press Office Assistant Conor Walsh on 07851 247088. 

For other urgent enquiries please call our Head Office, Tyrwhitt House on 01372 587 000.

Please note, we are unable to assist students due to our limited resources.

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Our address

Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, please note that there may be a delay in our response to postal communications.

If you're sending a query, information or a donation in the post, please bear with us. There may be a delay in acknowledging letters and donations, and paying in cheques. 

Our treatment centres

Tyrwhitt House (Head Office)
Oaklawn Road
KT22 0BX
Telephone: 01372 587 000

Audley Court
Audley Avenue,
TF10 7BP
Telephone: 01952 822 722

Hollybush House
Telephone: 01292 561 300


Combat Stress RESOURCES

Please let us know if you require information in other formats. We are currently able to provide information in the following formats:

In a language other than English Braille

A paper version

An electronic version

In large type format.

We can also print information in dyslexie font (a font designed to mitigate against some of the issues that dyslexics experience when reading) and on matt finished coloured paper.