We understand there are uncertainties and concerns during this difficult time. The NFF are in the corner of serving Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel and their loved ones.
We take your feedback to those in positions of power — the Chain of Command, Government Ministers, other Government departments, local authorities and civilian service providers and it informs policy and decision making.
Introducing Headspace – a new service for the families of serving Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel.
Covid-19 has brought many additional new challenges, such as home-schooling, working from home and being apart from our usual network of family and friends. We believe that the Headspace App can help, by giving you the skills you need to be able to focus on your own health and wellbeing. We are delighted to launch our new Headspace project for you.
We are launching an exciting project on 1st October, 2020. This project, funded by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust, is focused on the concept of time as we think it has different meanings for each of you.
It’s an opportunity for you to show that your time is valuable and that you matter too. You can say what you like, in whatever medium you like. Send a photograph of the completed piece to us and artist Tim Mann will use your images to create a final piece of artwork, which will be anonymous.
Have you been impacted by COVID-19? During the pandemic, we recognise that there is additional pressure on currently serving Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel and their families. Let us brighten your day via our latest project.
Find expert advice and information on issues such as accommodation, education and relationships
We are excited to present to our Royal Navy & Royal Marines families the Autumn edition of Homeport. In this edition, you will find:
This study explores the effect of ‘weekending’ on family functioning and well-being among RN and RM families.
Are you looking for a new job? Are you ready for a change in career? Forces Families Jobs (FFJ) is here to help. FFJ is the go-to place for training and employment for family members of current serving UK Armed Forces personnel. Visit ForcesFamiliesJobs.co.uk and get started.
The NHS has launched a questionnaire and series of virtual events to explore how it can improve heal