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    PTSD Intensive Treatment Programme continues to benefit veterans a year after treatment

    06/12/2016

    New research study by Combat Stress shows a reduction in symptoms for veterans with PTSD.

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    £2m awarded from Libor fund to treat veterans with PTSD

    23/11/2016

    Chancellor of the Exchequer announces £2 million is to be awarded to Combat Stress.

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    Luton apprentices support Combat Stress

    22/11/2016

    Technology company Leonardo exhibit original artwork for Armistice.

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    Veterans’ Gateway initiative announced to help veterans access support services

    17/11/2016

    New initiative will help veterans navigate the wide range of UK services and charities.

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    Why we must do more than remember this Sunday

    11/11/2016

    We must remember not just those who we have lost, but those who remain and still need our support.

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    Advice for veterans on Bonfire Night

    04/11/2016

    Bonfire night can be a tough time for veterans with post-traumatic stress.

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    Basildon apprentices support leading veterans’ mental health charity

    03/11/2016

    Armistice exhibition by technology company Leonardo.

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    BBC Great British Sewing Bee finalist delivers workshop to veterans at Combat Stress

    27/10/2016

    Combat Stress hosted a workshop with Col Neil Stace, a finalist in last year’s BBC Great Sewing Bee

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    Combat Stress commemorates the 70th Anniversary of Tyrwhitt House

    25/10/2016

    Tyrwhitt House was opened by Princess Alice in October 1946 as a convalescent home for veterans.

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    Mental health nurse receives prestigious award for helping veterans with substance misuse issues

    21/10/2016

    Dave Marsden presented with the Paolo Pertica Award at the 5th International City Health Conference.

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