Mental wellbeing

The Legion provides a range of services to support you through transitions, change, new information or just needing a break.

Battle Back Centre

The Legion established and operates The Battle Back Centre, to support wounded, injured and sick Service personnel. The Centre exists to help people achieve their best possible recovery and either return to Service duty or to make a smooth transition to civilian life.

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Personnel Recovery Centres

The Personnel Recovery Centres (PRCs) programme is a major initiative to assist wounded, injured and sick Service personnel to recover and either return to duty or move successfully into civilian life. Delivered in partnership with the Legion, see how we fund and support the Centres around the country.

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Break Centres

The Legion offers much-needed breaks to ex-Service and serving personnel and their families.

If you or a member of your family is recovering from an illness, bereavement or other life-affecting event, the Legion can provide a comfortable and enjoyable break.

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Recovery & wellbeing through the arts

Bravo 22 Company is The Royal British Legion's Recovery through Theatre Programme, designed to give Service people and veterans new skills and experiences while improving confidence, self-awareness and motivation to support an individual’s recovery and the transition into civilian life

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Adventure breaks

The Royal British Legion offers FREE week-long Adventure Breaks to children of men and women who are currently serving, or have served in the Armed Forces. 

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Family holiday breaks

The Royal British Legion provides families of serving and ex-Service personnel the chance to take a break and get away from the stresses and strains of everyday life.

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Inquest Advice

If you've been bereaved as a result of Service, the inquiry and inquest (or fatal accident inquiry in Scotland) can be a daunting prospect. The Legion can support you through the complicated process and frustrations in what is already a difficult and painful time.

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Care homes

The Legion has six care homes to provide short and long term care for serving and ex-Service people and their dependants. Situated around the country, they offer a wide range of services including four with specialist dementia care. 

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Dementia care

The Legion provides dedicated care for our beneficiaries and their carers that are living with dementia. From in home support, to purpose built residential dementia wings at four of our six care homes

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Admiral Nurses

The Legion works with Dementia UK to provide Admiral Nurses - a service that supports the carers of our beneficiaries who have dementia. The focus of the service is to maintain independence and improve the quality of life for carers and families and to provide the practical advice they need.

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