Welcome to Veterans at Ease

Tickets now available for our 1940’s Entertainment EveningFrontline Sedgefield Live Entertainment (Poster) PDF 

Tickets are now available for our 1940’s themed Live Music Night on Friday 10th June 2016.  Click on our Order Form to guarantee your ticket. You can return it to our Durham office or email it to us at admin@veteransatease.org

For more details see click on the poster to the right.



Veterans at Ease is a registered charity committed to helping Veterans, Reservists, Serving Military Personnel and their Families deal with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other combat stress-related issues. We will help anyone who feels they need our support whether they have been diagnosed with PTSD or not.

We provide therapy and support through a technique called neuro-linguistic programming or NLP.  We currently have three offices, one in Jarrow (South Tyneside), one in Durham City (County Durham) and one in Newton Aycliffe (South Durham, Tees Valley).  Our therapy is provided free of charge by our trained therapists (all of whom have suffered themselves, been through treatment with Veterans at Ease and then gone on to qualify as therapy practitioners themselves).

Word BubbleEvidence has shown that the majority of servicemen and women do not seek help with regard to combat-related stress issues until 10 to 14 years after the event.  Considering the UK’s recent military commitments in Iraq, Northern Ireland and Afghanistan, the figure for those potentially suffering from their experiences whilst on active service is substantial.  Recent estimates show that as many as 90,000 people could be affected by PTSD in the North East alone.

Symptoms of PTSD include social isolation, paranoia, anger, depression, flashbacks and nightmares with the effect in some cases of suicide.



If you would like additional information, or believe you can benefit from our services, please feel free to contact us on 07887 493459 or E-mail us at admin@veteransatease.org.

Please also help us to spread the word to support those who have served on our behalf.  Consider donating or organising a fundraising event.  See our ‘Ways to Give’ and ‘Volunteer’ pages for further details.

Veterans at Ease conforms fully to the Data Protection Act 1998 and all calls and E-mails will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.