Combat Stress, the UK’s leading military charity specialising in the care of Veterans’ mental health, and The Royal British Legion are hosting a conference, From Conflict to Community, that will raise awareness of the physical and psychological effects of Military Service and promote proven pathways to treatment.

The event, on 18th November, held at the Great North Museum in Newcastle forms part of the two organisations strategic partnership with the Department of Health.

The conference will follow the journey of those leaving the Armed Forces with Service-related mental ill health, and other injuries, as they look to access mainstream care in their community. Speakers will include serving personnel, eminent specialist clinicians and welfare professionals.

The event is suitable for all those with an interest in veterans’ health care, particularly: NHS, voluntary, private and statutory sector professionals.

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