Armed Forces Community in Hampshire
Hampshire County Council’s commitment to the Armed Forces as a local authority and employer has been recognised with a Gold Award within the MOD Employer Recognition Scheme.
You are part of the Armed Forces community if you are serving or have served in the Army, Royal Navy, Marines, or Air Force. The Armed Forces community also includes families and dependents, reservists and veterans. A veteran is anyone who has served in the Armed Forces.
Armed Forces Covenant Fund Workshop information, May 2016
- NFF, AFF and RAFF Hampshire Covenant fund workshop presentation 3 MB
- Armed Forces Covenant Fund presentation 11 Infantry Brigade 648 kB
- Veterans, Reservists and Armed Forces Families Health Needs Assessment – presentation 683 kB
- Armed Forces Family Strategy
If you attended a recent Hampshire Community Support Team Armed Forces Covenant Fund workshop, we would appreciate your feedback via this short survey.
Finding support in Hampshire
Hampshire County Council has strong links with the Armed Forces in Hampshire. We are working together to make sure that the Armed Forces community have access to the help and support they need.
Including information about schools, medical services, social housing and childcare
Encouraging all parties within a community to offer support to the local Armed Forces community
Employment opportunities within Hampshire County Council
Opportunities for Armed Forces welfare professionals and service charity staff
For help and advice from Hampshire County Council and the Ministry of Defence
Learn how The Ministry of Defence and Hampshire County Council are working together
If you are moving to Hampshire on active service the information and support page can help you get settled with essential arrangements including schools, medical services and more
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