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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Army Welfare Service

 
If you have a problem that you don't wish to discuss with unit welfare, please contact the AWS Intake and Assessment Team (IAT)
Civ: 01904 882053 Mil: 94777 3053 

The Army takes the welfare of its soldiers and their families very seriously and offers a wide range of support. This section provide information and contact details regarding welfare, legal, youth and community support; and Foreign and Commonwealth Citizens information.

Army Welfare Service Personal Support

Personal Support (PS) Staff provide accessible, independent, confidential and professional specialist welfare services to soldiers and their families with any personal or family difficulty, thereby strengthening and enhancing the resilience and resourcefulness of the soldier and their family.

PS provides specialist advice to the Army Chain of Command and outside agencies and is delivered by Army Welfare Workers (AWWs) and Personal Recovery Unit Social Workers (formerly Casualty Key Workers), assisted by Gurkha Support Workers (GSW).

Issues AWS can help with:

Relationship difficulties
Bereavement
CSA concerns
Parenting skills
Child care
Special Needs
Benefits information
Housing
Debt
Equal Opportunities issues

Contacting the Army Welfare Service

For all Personal Support enquiries and referrals please contact the Intake and Assessment Team on the below details:
Civ: 01904 882053
Mil: 94777 3053

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Huggable Heroes

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