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A state-of-the-art clinical rehabilitation facility, the DNRC provides expert care and support for wounded, injured and sick Armed Forces personnel.
From expert rehabilitation, to recovery through art programmes, we're here to ensure the Armed Forces community can access the help they need.
Personnel Recovery Centres are Ministry of Defence led initiative designed to ensure wounded, injured and sick personnel receive the help they need.
RBL is dedicated to making sure that everyone who has undergone life-changing injuries in military service receives the support they need.
Whether you'd like to talk to us in person, on the phone, or even chat online, we're here to make sure everyone can access the support they need.
The Battle Back Centre Lilleshall was established in 2011 by The Legion to support wounded and sick Service personnel.
Bravo 22 Company is RBL's award-winning art programme open to serving and ex-serving personnel, reservists, WIS, and their families across the UK.
The Invictus Games aims to harness the power of sport to inspire recovery and support rehabilitation for wounded, injured or sick servicemen and women.
Team of veterans’ summit on centenary of the end of WW1 in an expedition led by The Royal British Legion’s Battle Back Centre and Leeds Beckett University.
The Battle Back Centre course is one of the most important courses that wounded, injured and sick Service personnel will do.
Since 2015 a team at the Centre for Blast Injury Studies has been investigating hearing loss amongst veterans, and possible remedies.
Ted Youd explains how attending a course at the Legion’s Battle Back Centre helped him change his life.
Officially opened in 2012, The Battle Back Centre is the first port of call for wounded, injured and sick service men and women.
Lyndon Chatting-Walters was told he may never walk again. Read his incredible experience on Mission Himalaya.
Working with theatre company Bravo 22, helped Veteran Cassidy Little to regain his confidence and sense of self-belief.
Since 2011, the Legion has been running Bravo 22 – a recovery-through-the-arts programme for the Armed Forces community.