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Exeter's Armed Forces Covenant

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2. Useful websites

If you are a veteran or are currently serving in our Armed Forces you may find the following online resources useful


The Armed Forces Community Support Hub (Devon) - A Community focused one stop shop providing on going, appropriate, relevant advice, guidance and signposting for Veterans, Service Leavers and their Families around Health, Housing, Education, Employment and Welfare. "It all starts with a brew and a chat".


Addiction Group is an informational web guide created for people struggling with substance use disorders (SUD), alcohol use disorders (AUD), and co-occurring mental health disorders. Their team of journalists, researchers, doctors, and medical professionals helps people find the right treatment for their individual needs and unique situations.


The Mesothelioma Veterans Center provides information about treatment, clinical trials, and VA benefits to veterans suffering from asbestos-related illnesses. They’ve had the honour of helping hundreds of veterans pursue compensation after developing mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer from their asbestos exposure in the military. While we may be based in America, we actually offer our entire online support, medical information, and financial support services to anyone who might have been affected by the cancer-causing substance known as asbestos while in the United States or having been exposed to American-made asbestos products outside of the States.


The Online Business School offers learners a fast track to obtain accredited qualifications via distance learning from home. They offer a number of courses that are eligible for ELCAS funding that cover various aspects of Business and Management, with more courses to be added over time.


Oxbridge home learning - We are an industry-leading online college that aims to help people realise their dreams. We believe that lifelong learning is an integral part of achieving this, which is why we offer a variety of accredited qualifications ranging from GCSEs to A-levels. Whether you’re looking to make a career shift, get a promotion at work or start your own business, we offer the tools you need to help you get there.


"Alright Mate? You’re not alone!" - Veterans, as well as being affected by more well known mental health experiences, can often have a scepticism of civilian support which impacts how/if/when they may ask for support. This project brought a group of veterans together to produce a booklet about mental health with stories, tips, ideas, and people to speak to. Please visit the Alright Mate website to download a digital copy of the booklet.


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