PTSD Resolution, a charity providing mental health support for veterans and their families, is ‘very grateful’ for a substantial grant from the Veterans’ Foundation.
Following the latest meeting of the VF trustees, an award of £19,500 was provided to PTSD Resolution, money which will enable the organisation to continue with its crucial, often life-saving, work.
The help provided by the charity is free, local and prompt, with a near 8 out of 10 success rate for those that attend the sessions. So far 3,000 veterans and family members have benefitted.
Patrick Rea, is director of PTSD Resolution.
“PTSD Resolution is very grateful to the Veterans’ Foundation for the new funding and to all those who play the Veterans’ Lottery,” said Patrick.
“This will enable PTSD Resolution to continue to provide urgent mental health therapy to armed forces’ veterans and reservists who have suffered military trauma, as well as their family members who have been affected.
“The Veterans’ Foundation’s support for PTSD Resolution ensures we can continue to provide help that is free, local, prompt and effective, with a near 8 out of 10 success rate, and with some 3,000 referrals to date.
“Well done Veterans’ Foundation and all your supporters – every Veterans’ Lottery ticket sold helps change a veteran’s life for the better.”
*You can help British veterans in need and charities like PTSD Resolution by playing the Veterans’ Lottery.