AFCS and War Pensions
RMA – The Royal Marines Charity, as part of its Health and Wellbeing provision, offers a reputable War Pensions and Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS) service.
Alcohol Intervention and Dependency Issues
There is no denying that alcohol plays a part in RM life; used positively it can help us to feel relaxed, enhance cohesion, and feel a sense of reward. But, and a big but, how often does this use tip over into adverse effects?
Employment & Education
We work with vulnerable Royal Marine service leavers, veterans and spouses to support them into meaningful and rewarding employment through careers advice and guidance, sourcing of employment opportunities and funding for training, qualifications and equipment.
Grants and Benevolence
RMA – The Royal Marines Charity is here to support the entire Corps Family – serving, retired and their dependant families. No matter what stage of your career or life, you can always turn to us for help.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Seeking help is a strength, not a weakness. After all, just as we look after our physical health, it is as important to look after our mental health.
Mental Health Training
Following the award of funding from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust to continue to develop the ‘Lifting the Lid’ campaign, we are now able to provide Mental Health (MH) training across staff, volunteers and RMA members.
Royal Marine Support Network
Our group of Royal Marine Support Network Officers (RMSNO) are trained volunteers able to provide both practical help and emotional support to the RM veteran community.
Transition and Support
The Transition Support officer (TSO) unique to service charities. It is a proactive role offering support from the charity to all vulnerable service leavers including the wounded injured and sick (WIS) medical discharges, admin discharges and others that have left the Corps (veterans) and still need help.