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HEALTH &WELLBEING RAF


Following on from the successful launch of its online support course Building Stronger Families, the RAF Benevolent Fund can now help with the cost of mediation services for serving couples.


The new mediation service is available in England, Wales and Scotland and provides couples with financial support for the full cost of an initial session followed by asubsidised standard package of further sessions. As the RAF’s leading welfare charity,the RAF Benevolent Fund knows it can be stressful when arelationship breaks down. The mediation service aims to reduce stress, both emotional and financial, by providing access to this low- cost service with approved mediators,


www.raf-ff.org.uk


welfare charity


launches new relationship support service


helping to settle disputes over issues such as living arrangements, child maintenance, property and money.


The service complements relationship support services already offered by the RAF Benevolent Fund, in partnership with counselling service Relate. The latest addition to this, Building Stronger Families, has helped more than 120 RAF personnel since going live in December.


Paul Hughesdon, Director of Welfare and Policy at the RAF Benevolent Fund, said: “The RAF Benevolent Fund has been there for RAF personnel for almost 100 years and as aresult we know only too well the challenges RAF


families face. These services are aimed at supporting couples and their loved ones through these tough times, from relationship counselling to mediation services if needed.


“Supporting members of the RAF during tough times, through the use of this and other services, is just as important as being able to provide financial assistance in their hour of need and we thank our supporters whose continued generosity enables this work to continue.”


For more information on the mediation service call 0845 077 5556 or go online www.rafbf.org or Twitter: https://twitter.com/RAFBF;


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