Chairman receives OBE

Care after Combat Chairman of the Trustees, Cmdr Stephen Anderson R.N. has been made an OBE. It is a well-deserved reward, not just for his service to the country in

Care after Combat announce Life President

Care after Combat co-founder and former Trustee, Goose MC, becomes our Life President.  We felt that Goose’s great talent was being somewhat restricted by the constraints of the charities commission

Thank you to the Masonic Charitable Foundation

We are so grateful to the Masonic Charitable Foundation for the most generous donation to our Reconnect fund that helps veterans with Alcohol and Drug problems.  It is thankfully received

Doctor’s Log: Stardate Letter to the Editor – The Observer

“Is the Prison Service in England and Wales fit for purpose?” To some extent yes, apart from the much-publicised issues of: overcrowding; a conspicuous failure to reduce re-offending; unacceptable rates

Duo to take on the ‘World’s Toughest Row’ in aid of Care after Combat

Team Second Chance, which is made up of Dan Angell and Tony Wyles, are facing the world’s toughest row – a 3,000 nautical mile race across the Atlantic Ocean, all

Burton Addiction Centre/Care after Combat Partnership

The well-being of former serving members of the Armed Forces has been at the centre of policy and research for some time. There is evidence from clinical practice and academic

As our intended two -year lease finally draws to a close, what lessons have we learned at Simon Weston House? The short answer is many but most notably, despite the

Doctor’s Log – Star Date 29 December 2017

Busy week just prior to the festive season. We docked with USS Portcullis for a planned meeting with the Veterans Minister, The Rt. Honourable Tobias Ellwood MP and his team.

Message from the CEO

There is a great quote from the bible that I use from time to time. It is from Isiah. You can recognise him by the fact that one eye’s higher…

Doctor’s Log – Star Date 17 December 2017

On this day………… On this day (17th December 1939) during the Battle of River Plate near Montevideo, Uruguay, the British trapped the German pocket battleship Graf Spee. German Captain Langsdorf sank