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The Veterans Change Partnership is a new and innovative project aimed at rehabilitating ex-service offenders. This is a group of former military personnel have served their country, risked their lives, but found the transition back into civilian life difficult. Many suffer with various levels of combat related mental illness and or family breakdown, often leading to self-harm, attempted suicide and entry into the Justice System. Current evidence shows that 7% of the prison population are veterans, with many prisons declaring 10% +. Similar numbers are on some form of Community Order / Probation. The human and financial costs are particularly disturbing. When recognising the â€˜spiritâ€™ supposedly enshrined within the Armed Forces Covenant, the situation is even more disturbing. I have enclosed a brief outline of the project which I hope you will find both interesting, worthy and at the same time disturbing. We urgently need your support.
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