This website has been developed by the Devon Armed Forces Community Wellbeing Partnership (DAFCWP). This partnership provides strategic direction to improve the health and wellbeing of the Armed Forces Community living in Devon.

In September 2014 the DAFCWP published a South West Peninsula Veteran’s Health Needs Assessment. This report found that, of the approximately 107,000 veterans living in Devon, a large proportion had a positive experience of serving in the Armed Forces. However, a minority experienced adverse physical and mental health problems, which could be compounded by other factors such as financial and welfare problems.

This website provides an online directory of services provided for service leavers, veterans, reservists and their families living in Devon. It provides topic overviews, links to relevant information and services and access to support.


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The Devon Forces Family website is funded by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund.
The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise from the nation to all those who serve.
It says that we will do all we can to ensure they are treated fairly and are not
disadvantaged in their day to day lives.

For more about the Covenant and what it means for you
visit www.gov.uk/government/policies/thearmedforcescovenant

Have you been disadvantaged because of your service? Contact your Service Families Federation
or email the Ministry of Defence Covenant Team at covenant-mailbox@mod.uk

If you are looking for help with your situation you can contact Forcesline for confidential and independent support on 0800 731 4880. Forcesline is a service provided by SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity.