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Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society

The Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society, Combat Stress, exists to serve men and women who have experienced psychological disability because of combat.

For over 80 years, they have been the only services charity specialising in helping those of all ranks from the Armed Forces and the Merchant Navy suffering from psychological disability as a result of their service.

The Combat Stress website features details of their treatment centres and the range of therapies available.

Combat Stress, Tyrwhitt House, Oaklawn Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 0BX
Area serviced:
0800 138 1619 (veteran and families helpline), 0800 323 4444 (serving personnel and families)

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