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135 years later the charity has gone from strength to strength providing lifelong support to serving men, women and veterans from the British Armed Forces and their families and dependants. Anyone who is currently serving or has ever served in the Royal NavyBritish Army or Royal Air Force and their families, both regulars and reserves, is eligible for help.

I started volunteering with SSAFA more than six years ago as a Volunteer Mentor. Why did I do it? – to recognise the service that the Armed Forces give to this country and for me to give something back – in my small way saying thank you.







Project Summary

I’ve now had seven mentoring relationships and it can be challenging but also very rewarding. I get great support from SSAFA and my local Regional Mentoring Co-ordinator, training on best practice and the opportunity to meet some incredible people with amazing life stories.

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The Strategy

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    “SSAFA is rolling out their Mentoring Service to all members of the Armed Forces to assist with their transition period, after mentees reported a 35% reduction in isolation, thanks to SSAFA.

    SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity is set to roll out its mentoring service to all personnel leaving the Armed Forces. The expansion comes after the successful trial at Catterick Garrison, following the initial launch of the service in 2014 which has provided support to 560 wounded, injured or sick individuals leaving the Forces, and their family members.

Proven results

SSAFA established a mentoring programme in 2014 to support the transition of individuals returning who were, in some way, wounded, injured or sick (WIS) and, because of this, had been discharged from military service.

Since its inception in 2014, SSAFA’s mentoring programme has mentored 560 individuals and their family members. The mentoring service provides holistic, one-to-one, face-to-face support through SSAFA’s trained mentors for up to two years post service.

In January 2018, the charity expanded their mentoring trial at Catterick to offer mentoring to include non-WIS personnel and their families. Since the trial’s expansion, the service has engaged with 65 extra service leavers – of which 27 have received one-to-one mentoring.

Mentees of the trial experienced a 31% increase in feelings of self-happiness, a 35% reduction in social isolation and more than 20% improvement in their financial and housing stability.

Following the success of the trial at Catterick Garrison, SSAFA realised the need for transitional mentoring across the UK, with their service being officially rolled out across the UK from 2 March 2020.


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