Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Remember, remember our veterans on the fifth of November

Remember, remember our veterans on the fifth of November

With firework season drawing near, many veterans who suffer with PTSD will be preparing for a difficult time of year.

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Obi’s Story

‘I thought it was going to be the worst Christmas ever but it turned out to be the best. I want to thank Teresa at Walking With The Wounded and everyone who donated for their support – I really didn’t think anyone cared. I was so wrong.’

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Where is the real value in charity impact evaluation studies?- Written by Amy Franklin

Where is the real value in charity impact evaluation studies?- Written by Amy Franklin

For nine years, I worked in corporate fundraising, in that role I regularly used evaluation reports but my focus was very much limited to extracting latest headline figures and good news stories that would sound appealing and could be used to generate more funds. I don’t apologise for this - it helped me to make more money for the organisations I worked for to put back into our services – but it wasn’t until five years ago, when I started in a service delivery role at Walking With The Wounded (WWTW), that I really appreciated that evaluation doesn’t end with those soundbites from a report.

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Veteran Mental Health - What is next?- Written by Ed Parker

Veteran Mental Health - What is next?- Written by Ed Parker

In my previous article, I noted that the diagnosis of mental health issues in veterans has doubled to 3 per cent in the past decade and I discussed the need to destigmatize veteran mental health. We must be careful about saying there is a problem, and not reacting to address this. In this article, I will explore what the veteran care pathway looks like and how it is being supported by military charities.

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Veterans provided with a Head Start on World Mental Health Day

Veterans provided with a Head Start on World Mental Health Day

Mental health problems can affect any individual at any time. World Mental Health Day take place on October 10th and it is observed in more than 100 countries. It presents an opportunity to show our support for better mental health provision and that includes looking after ourselves.

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Thank you to the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity and Greenwich Hospital

Thank you to the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity and Greenwich Hospital

RNRMC Greenwich Hospital Grant - £10,000 towards WWTW's work with Naval veterans.

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - A day in the life of... Employment Advisor Victoria

A day in the life of... Employment Advisor Victoria

Meet Victoria - Walking With The Wounded's IPS employment advisor in Birmingham

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Meet our new Clinical Lead

Meet our new Clinical Lead

We welcome Carolyn to the team at WWTW Head Office

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - "Step up to the mark this Christmas!"

"Step up to the mark this Christmas!"

Julia Bradbury and The Outdoor Guide are supporting Walking Home For Christmas once again...

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - IPS excellence once again!

IPS excellence once again!

Our Manchester hub has been named as WWTW's second IPS Centre of Excellence for Veterans

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