For news crews:
Our expert staff and veterans are available for interview. Please contact Nicola Hudson email@example.com with your request or call Nicola on 01372 587168
For documentary / film makers:
Thank you for your interest in filming at Combat Stress. All filming at Combat Stress must be arranged through our Communications Department in advance and supervised by one of our team. If you would like to interview a veteran or spokesperson, we can help set this up.
To make a request, please complete a filming application form and send it to Nicola Hudson firstname.lastname@example.org. We typically require two to three weeks to process a filming request, in order to make the necessary arrangements.
Things to bear in mind when filming at Combat Stress:
Where can you film?
When veterans attend a treatment centre, they live on site during their stay. Veterans will be undertaking intensive therapy programmes and crews must be sensitive to this. If there is a risk that filming could interfere with a veteran's treatment, we may not be able to accommodate filming. There are some limitations as to what can be filmed. We do not allow therapy to be filmed, even if the audio is not recorded.
We must also protect veterans' privacy - for many reasons some of them will not want to be filmed, even if they are in soft focus.
We have a variety of locations where filming can take place and can discuss this with you:
*Photo taken by Vicky Dawe.