Every one of Norfolk's local council supports the Government's Armed Forces Covenant, which states that Royal Navy and Royal Marines, Army and Royal Air Force veterans should have the same access to social housing and other housing schemes as any other citizen, and not be disadvantaged because they had to be mobile when they were serving.

Every one of Norfolk’s local councils has signed up to the Government’s Armed Forces Covenant, which states that members of the Armed Forces community should have the same access to social housing and other housing schemes as any other citizen, and not be disadvantaged in that respect by the requirement for mobility while in service. 

Housing support in Norfolk is provided by our local councils; you can contact their housing departments by clicking on the links below:

 

Click on this link to Haig Housing, which is a charity that offers a wide range of housing assistance and options for ex-Service people and their families who are in need. 

The Joint Service Housing Advice Office https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/joint-service-housing-advice-office-jshao offers advice to service men and women during their resettlement. 


Member charities

 

The Royal British

Julian Salute My Job ABF Charity
BLESMA Combat stress Stand easy
Royal air forces association Royal marines association RNA Walking with the wounded Hypnotherapy directory

 

1914-present day... the need is as great now as it was then

Veterans Norfolk brings together all Norfolk’s Service Charities and, in conjunction with the County and District Councils, works to look after the welfare and well-being of Norfolk’s Armed Forces and Veterans community. If you know of someone who needs help, get in touch. 

General the Lord Dannatt, President of Veterans Norfolk