The mental health needs of serving and ex-service personnel

Document type
Report
Author(s)
Phillips, Daniel; Marcinkiewicz, Anna; Wishart, Robert
Publisher
NatCen
Date of publication
7 April 2020
Subject(s)
Mental health services
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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The report brings together evidence on the prevalence of mental health problems in serving and ex-Service personnel and their families, the experiences of those suffering from mental health problems and the effectiveness of interventions used to treat them.

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