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Support for Surrey's armed forces community

Armed Forces settling in Surrey

Being a member of the Armed Forces community and returning to civilian life or moving into a new area can be challenging. Below are links to a wide range of organisations and charities who provide support for the Armed Forces community.

The 'Armed Forces community' describes serving personnel in the Army, Navy or RAF, including families and dependents, reservists and veterans.

A 'veteran' is defined as anyone who has served in the Armed Forces.


Surrey County Council services - including education, libraries, social care, children's services and transport:

Borough or district council services - including housing, waste, leisure, environmental health, planning, elections and Council Tax:

Police:

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Families:

Employment:

Health and mental wellbeing:

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Counselling services:

Housing:

Welfare and advice:

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Families federations:

Local Armed Forces Units:

Veterans:

Reserves:

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Cadets:

Adult and community learning:

Community groups:

Files available to download

  • Service Charities February 2016 (425.7 KB)
    This briefing has been prepared by the Surrey Civilian Military Partnership Board to assist Adult Social Care to help the armed forces community, including veterans, when they approach Surrey County Council seeking advice.
  • MPs Briefing on issues facing the Armed Forces Community (917.5 KB)
    This briefing has been prepared by the Surrey Civilian Military Partnership Board (SCMPB) to assist Surrey MPs and their office staff to help the armed forces community when they attend their surgery and seek advice in relation to the Community Covenant.

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