Mentoring support for wounded, injured and sick soldiers


We help service leavers who are wounded, injured and sick make their transition into civilian life

SSAFA Mentoring is well established in helping wounded, injured, and sick individuals transition out of the Forces. Mentoring helps motivate, support and empower service leavers to fulfil their potential in their new lives outside the military. 

We provide long-term, one-to-one, face-to-face support during transition and for up to two years post discharge.

We work alongside the Royal Navy, the Royal Marines, the British Army, the Royal Air Force and other key partners to provide this service.

In addition, SSAFA Mentoring is now trialing the provision of mentoring support to all Army personnel transitioning through Catterick Garrison, regardless of the reason for discharge. 

For more information on the mentoring services available at SSAFA or if you want to help those in transition by volunteering as a mentor please click on the relevant link below.