Veterans Recovery goes well as two exit therapy

Great news, two veterans who have engaged with our services recently have now exited therapy due to them ending therapy in a much better mental state than when they first walked through our door.
As well as their own reported feeling of wellbeingf this is backed up by information taken using CORE,at the beginning of therapy, during and at the end of therapy.
We are very happy to have been able to help them and find the peace of mind they have searched for. Good luck and best wishes from everyone at Veterans at Ease goes with them.

Introduction of NEW clothing collection service

Clothing Collection

Supporter Jason has set himself a remarkable challenge to ensure fellow veterans can continue to access the services Veterans at Ease provides through
one-to-one therapy. Jason writes:

“I know from personal experience the difference this small charity can make to the lives of Serving Members/Veterans and their families. Sometimes the
injuries that impact the most are those that can not be seen with the naked eye. Veterans at Ease ran by Veterans help those with PTSD from our Service
and Ex Service Community who are suffering.

By supporting me you will be ensuring Veterans At Ease can continue their valuable work in helping sufferers lead normal lives. ”

Read more about Jason’s challenges here…

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Pennine Way Trek

Pennine Way Trek

Veteran and Volunteer Paul Dixon will be attempting to negotiate various terrain and arduous conditions on Paul Dixonhis 268 mile trek from Edale in
Derbyshire to Kirk Yetholm in Scotland.

To even attempt this distance is an achievement in itself but if that wasn’t impressive enough Paul is attempting to do the trek carrying all his own kit and
camping out in the elements throughout.

He anticipates the trek taking up to 20 days to complete but is determined to shorten that if possible…

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A Year of Challenges

A Year of Challenges

Supporter Jason has set himself a remarkable challenge to ensure fellow veterans can continue to access the services Veterans at Ease provides through
one-to-one therapy. Jason writes:

“I know from personal experience the difference this small charity can make to the lives of Serving Members/Veterans and their families. Sometimes the
injuries that impact the most are those that can not be seen with the naked eye. Veterans at Ease ran by Veterans help those with PTSD from our Service
and Ex Service Community who are suffering.

By supporting me you will be ensuring Veterans At Ease can continue their valuable work in helping sufferers lead normal lives. ”

Read more about Jason’s challenges here…

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