Support groups

​In the county there are many support groups who can provide specialist support to Armed Forces personnel for substance abuse, mental health, bereavement and more.

Northamptonshire Drop-in Sessions

Royal British Legion drop-in sessions

If you're serving or have ever served in the Armed Forces, The Royal British Legion can offer you and your family advice and support.

Daventry

Every 4th Wednesday of the month, 10am to 12pm

New Street
Daventry
Northamptonshire
NN114BU

Kettering   

Every 3rd Tuesday of the month, 11am to 1pm

Kettering Borough Council
Municipal Offices
Bowling Green Road
Kettering
NN15 7QX

Northampton - Guildhall

Every 2nd Thursday of the month, 11am to 1pm

Guildhall
15 St Giles' Street
Northampton
NN1 1DE

Northampton General Hospital

Every 3rd Thursday of the month, 11am to 1pm

Northampton General Hospital
Cyber Cafe
Cliftonville
Northampton
NN1 5BD

Rushden

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month, 11am to 1pm

ASDA
Washbrook Road
Rushden

Rushden tea/coffee morning

Every 1st Thursday of the month, 10am to 12.30pm

Athletic Club Rushden
Newton Road
Rushden
NN10 0HF

Emma Connor talks about how the Royal British Legion can help support your transition in to civilian life:

 

Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Club

The Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Clubs meet regularly across the country and provide a social network and informal support to veterans and their families. The club is free to attend, but you do have to purchase your own breakfast.  

In Northamptonshire we have the following clubs;

Corby

Saxon Crown Pub, NN17 1FN – Neil McKean corbyafvbc@gmail.com

Daventry

The Saracens Head, NN11 4GG – Chris Ward daventryafvbc@gmail.com

Duston

Poppy fields Farms, NN5 6GT – Larry Mann larrymann@hotmail.com

Rushden

Needle and Awl, NN10 6EF – Richard Weaver – richardpweaver@btinternet.com

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