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38 | Of interest


RAF Benevolent Fund expands supportservice to personnel and their partnersexperiencing anxiety or depression


New services to support the emotional wellbeing and mental health of RAF personnel are being launched this year by the RAF Benevolent Fund.


The RAF’s leading welfare charity is expanding its partnership with Anxiety UK to cover serving RAF men and women as well as those who have left the service. This includes both regulars and reservists, as well as their partners.


Those struggling with anxiety or depression will have access to an Anxiety UK helpline for emotional support, self-help material and subsidised membership. Reservists and partners of serving RAF men and women are also able to attend therapy sessions.


Alison Wyman, Head of Welfare Programmes and Development at the RAF Benevolent Fund, said: “Asthe RAF’s leading welfare charity,the RAF Benevolent Fund knows only too well the stresses and strains life in the Armed Forces can put on personnel and their relationships. After identifying this welfare need, we have worked in partnership with a


specialist to provide aservice to support those suffering from poor mental health as well as their partners.”


To contact Anxiety UK call 0844 334 1550 or email rafsupport@anxietyuk.org.uk To find out more about the Fund’s relationship counselling support call 0845 077 5556 or visit rafbf.relate.org.uk to access our free online Building Stronger Families course.


ENVOY |Spring 2018 ||w | Spring


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