RBL came in and listened, supported and helped us come back together as a family.
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RBL means everything to me, that I can be there to help Service men and women.
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At an emotionally difficult time, you may need help with funeral costs for a member of the Armed Forces community, including spouses, dependants, or carers.
Finding a job can be one of the hardest parts of leaving the Armed Forces, but we can help you to gain financial assistance to help you find suitable work.
We can help members of the Armed Forces community who need financial support, including urgent assistance for getting through a temporary crisis.
The Officers' Association is the only Tri-Service organisation that looks after officers.
Your feedback can help us improve our services and ensure we continue to provide the best support for the Armed Forces community and their families.
We provide grants to other not-for-profit organisations planning projects for the benefit of the Armed Forces community.
We can provide specialist compensation advice, help with debt and emergency situations, and can support you through grant applications.
If you suffered an injury or illness related to your service in the Armed Forces on or after 6 April 2005, you can make a claim under the scheme.
Our employment support service helps serving and ex-serving personnel and their families prepare for employment as they transition into civilian life.
Each year, our immediate needs grants scheme helps thousands of people through emergencies by providing an individual crisis grants.
Officers' Association Scotland is a charity providing life-changing support to former officers and their families living in Scotland.
Our benefits and money advice team can help you manage your finances and also support you if you are experiencing financial problems.
Ex-serving personnel who have suffered an injury or illness as a result of service before 6 April 2005, can make a claim under the War Pension Scheme.
We’re here to help ease the burden of financial pressures and transition into civilian life for the Armed Forces community.
We offer robust support services in a number of areas but sometimes what's needed is a bit of advice or recommendation to a more specialised service.
Our veterans medical funds programme provides support for veterans with hearing loss and serious physical injury.