Our peer support community offers a vital lifeline to the adult family members of physically or psychologically injured British Forces personnel and veterans 

Life as a military carer can leave you feeling isolated and, at worst, can have a detrimental effect on your mental health and wellbeing.

We will connect you with our unrivalled peer support community, where you will meet other people in a similar situation to yours, and who will offer you genuine support and understanding, in a confidential and safe environment.  

We offer more than one avenue of support, because we firmly believe that one size does not fit all. We want our Members to have the option of choosing which method of support works for them, and their personal circumstances.

Confidentiality, privacy and safety are paramount to us, and we ensure all of our Members adhere to our Safeguarding Policy.


Our closed and private Facebook group acts as online peer support hub for our members, providing a 'safe space' for you to ask questions, seek advice, build relationships, share and swap stories, post memes to give people a lift or a giggle, or even just to "lurk" and read the posts.


We offer regional WhatsApp groups and, with your permission, will add you to a group local to your area. Confidentiality, privacy and safety are paramount to us, and we ensure that all of our members adhere to our Safeguarding Policy.


We host regular online talks, events and workshops for our members, in collaboration with other organisations and charities. As with everything we do, our events are always relaxed and informal - you can drop in and out, you can tuck into your dinner whilst you watch, you can wear your pyjamas... anything goes! We also know all too well that free time can be a rarity to carers, which is why we always save the talks to our channels, to give you the freedom to catch up on the content at a time that works for you.


We understand that jumping straight into an established community - no matter how supportive it may be - can feel overwhelming, which is why we hold regular meet-ups for members. These sessions are always relaxed and informal, and offer the perfect chance chance to have a catch-up with some friendly faces. The calls are held via Zoom, to make them accessible for everyone, and you can drop in and out at any point during the allotted time slot.


If ever you find that you need extra support with a specific problem - whether it's emotional or practical - we're here to help. We can guide you to a wide range of external charities and organisations who are subject matter experts. All of the organisations we signpost to have passed our thorough Due Diligence process, so you can rest assured that we will never refer you to anyone we don't know and trust to get results.

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