Pathways

Work is being undertaken in Kent and Medway to mimic the pathway work which was completed in the Sussex Armed Forces Network. This work will develop and understand specific pathways and services in Kent and Medway for the Armed Forces Community and will focus on:

  • Homelessness
  • Housing
  • Physical Health
  • Mental Health
  • Education and Training
  • Employment
  • Social Care

Please use the links below to access those pathways which have been completed. Alternatively, you can view the pathways for Sussex which also contains national information on the Sussex Armed Forces Network website

Children and Young People

Details of support and guidance available for children and young people.

Housing

Information to help support those who are relocating or in need of housing assistance in Kent and Medway.

Employment

Information to help support those who are looking to gain employment after leaving the armed forces.

Carers and Families

Details of support available to carers and the immediate family of (ex) serving personnel.

Mental Health

Detailing the help and support available in Kent and Medway, from within the local NHS and charitable services.

Alcohol and Substance Misuse

Providing a range of services across Kent and Medway from support lines to in patient care.

Adult Education and Training

Offering details of support and advice for those looking to further their education or change direction.

Social Care

Guidance for those who find themselves in financial or legal difficulty, plus general advice and support on care services available.

Physical Health

Detailing the help and support available in Kent and Medway, from within the local NHS and charitable services.

Criminal Justice System

Offering details of services across Kent and Medway for those who are in custody, pending release or have been arrested.

Dementia

Offering details of help and support in Kent and Medway for those who have dementia.

TBI

Providing details and support for those who have suffered from a traumatic brain injury.