We have seen first hand the damage that mental health illnesses can have on our armed forces and emergency services. Whether it is PTSD, depression, anxiety or other, these illnesses can be debilitating and will often lead to other issues like alcohol or drug abuse, obesity or at worst suicide.
We have created this organisation to help those who help us, through sport and fitness we aim to provide relief to members of our services who are suffering.
A community for our heroes, we provide support and a health conscious outlook for their future.
Consists of serving and ex military personnel who provide support to our members. We have seen first hand the devastating effects that mental health can have on individuals and have created a unique approach to help them on their road to recovery.
To provide relief, through sport and fitness to serving and retired members of the Armed Forces, NHS and Emergency Services who suffer with mental health issues.
Our armed forces and emergency services put their body on the line for us, they place themselves in danger to ensure our safety and wellbeing on a daily basis.
These actions take their toll in many ways, one being the effect on their mental health. If not dealt with, the after effects can be long lasting and sometimes fatal.
If symptoms get worse, they can last for months or even years and interfere with daily activity. Getting effective treatment can reduce those symptoms and improve overall function, outlook and life.
From trekking in Machu Picchu to Sailing in Greece, our expeditions are based on teamwork and are designed to relieve you from stress and help create a more positive outlook for your future.
These 4 day events are packed with fitness sessions and activities, including group therapy with mental health practitioners. These take place throughout the UK and Europe.
This could be a visit to a Premier League match or Snooker at the Crucible. We have a calendar full of events for our community to enjoy.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission. Charity reference number 1190716