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Help for Heroes
At Help for Heroes we always strive to deliver our best for beneficiaries and supporters.

  • Service Personnel, Veterans, and those who have served alongside our Armed Forces, who were injured or became ill during service, or have an injury or illness due to their service. This includes regulars, reserves, recruits, under 18s, and those medically downgraded but currently in military employment, in the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Army, Royal Air Force. It also includes civilians who support the military on deployment and work under the direction of the commander within the Armed Forces in an area of conflict or war, for example, Royal fleet Auxilliary, NAAFI, embedded journalists, photographers, and local translators. 

  • Their families and carers


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The road to recovery

Although the Help for Heroes Recovery Centres and the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) are separate places run by separate organisations, they have the same aim: to support the wounded, injured and sick members of the Armed Forces along their road to recovery. 

They are both part of a pathway which ensures you have the best possible opportunity to recover after an injury or illness.

Those injured while serving are transferred to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. After medical treatment, many transfer to Headley Court, the current Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre. This is where clinical treatment is provided, which includes neurological care, occupational therapy and physical rehabilitation using adapted gyms and a specialised swimming pool funded by Help for Heroes.  


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Finding Us

Unit 14 Parkers Close
Downton Business Centre Salisbury