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A day in the life of Veteran Liaison & Support Officer, Jill.

The Veterans’ High Intensity Service (HIS) provides care and treatment for former armed forces personnel (veterans) who are in a mental health crisis and need urgent help. The Veterans’ High Intensity Service (HIS), the Complex Treatment Service (CTS) and the Veteran Liaison and Intervention Service (TILS) together make up Op COURAGE. Op COURAGE is an NHS programme, working in partnership with other organisations, such as Walking With The Wounded, to provide special support to veterans.

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The Longest Day Challenge – Sarah’s Longest Swim

This month marks WWTW’s Longest Day Challenge. It challenges you to go further than you have gone before and help to raise money to support veterans and their families. Earlier this month, WWTW supporter, Sarah, took on and completed her Longest Day Challenge, swimming 3 miles in her local pool.

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Walking With The Wounded Announces New Partnership With Sanctuary

WWTW is delighted to announce national housing and care provider Sanctuary as its new supporting partner.

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OP-REGEN Volunteers' Week. Written by Scott Briggs, OP- REGEN Project Manager

This month marked ‘Volunteers' Week’ an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering and a time to reflect and focus on the impact they have on our organisations, whilst thanking them for their time and selfless commitment.

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Armed Forces Day

Former Royal Marine Commando takes on a monthly half marathon to support WWTW

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WWTW Supports The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust

The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust supports the Armed Forces Covenant by delivering funding programmes that create real change to Armed Forces communities across the UK.

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What can we achieve by collaborating with the NHS?

Since I left the Army in 2015, I have worked in numerous roles supporting disadvantaged and vulnerable people and have come to appreciate the need for collaboration across the Third Sector and for all organisations to put the client/patient/beneficiary at the centre of everything they do. - Written by Simon Lock.

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Longest Day – Meet WWTW supporter Glen Pilkington

Earlier this month, long time WWTW supporter, Glen, took on his own Longest Day challenge in the Lake District to show his support to those who served.

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The Longest Day Challenge – Meet Paul.

Later this month, Paul will take on the hills in the Peak District as part of WWTW’s Longest Day Challenge. Find out what inspired him to sign-up to the challenge and how you can support him.

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Men's Mental Health Week- written by Glen Ferguson, Head Start/Click Therapies therapist

This week is Men’s Mental Health Week. As we move away from one pandemic to potentially another with wars still occurring in the world it is an important area to focus on for everyone, not just veterans.

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