There comes a time when we need a little extra help and assistance. The Royal Marines Veteran Support organisation delivers the core support for the RMA Family.Find Out More
Ours is a hard, often dangerous profession. If you’ve been hurt in body or mind, in combat, active service or civilian life, you never have to go through it alone.Find Out More
Life in the Royal Marines is nomadic and circumstances are ever-changing. Wherever duty takes you, you and your family can call on us.Find Out More
The Royal Marines Family lives, works and mourns together. When you lose someone, you can count on us to ensure they receive the dignity and honour they deserve.Find Out More
Alongside The Royal Marines Charity and other partners who support the Royal Marines Family, we can signpost you to financial advice and funding sources at every life-stage.Find Out More
Civilian life may not present the same dangers as serving with the Royal Marines, but that doesn’t mean the transition is always easy. We’re here to help.Find Out More
Wherever you are in the world, whatever stage in your career, the RMA provides opportunities to meet and make friends, and be part of the RM Family.Find Out More
Whether it's school options for your children, bursaries to re-train or gain qualifications, we can help point you in the right direction.FIND OUT MORE
Looking for more information about RMA membership? These Frequently Asked Questions may provide the answer you're after.FIND OUT MORE
The donations and membership subscription we receive, alongside funds from The Royal Marines Charity, enable us to provide life-long help to the RM Family. You will find some of our work featured here.
Our office hours are Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 16:30, Friday 08:30 - 15:30.
If there's something troubling you outside these hours please contact the Samaritans.
Tell us what the problem is by filling in our welfare request form or calling 023 9265 1519 (option 1).
If required, we'll get in touch with SSAFA to raise a case number.
Where necessary a SSAFA caseworker will come and visit you to assess your needs and will complete an 'Assessment Form A'. This might sound daunting, but it won't be a frightening experience - SSAFA are there to help and they need to make sure they have a full picture of your situation to identify which charities can best help you. Without this form, we (and any other charity SSAFA reports to) cannot issue you a grant.
Once we receive the Assessment Form A, we will take the recommended actions.
We can also gauge if there are other services available to you once the SSAFA case is closed - for instance we can assign an RMA Veteran Support Officer to provide follow-up support and care plan.
SSAFA is a forces charity that provides a practical, emotional and financial support to anyone who is serving or has ever served and their families.
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