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  • The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) and Relate have launched a free relationship counselling portal for Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel and their partners.

  • Are your dependent children declared on JPA? Declaring dependent Service Children on JPA can enable appropriate allowances to be obtained, enable paternity and adoption leave requests and can have an...

  • Supporting Children and Families during Deployment The Service Children’s Education (SCE) organisation has put together a number of resources to support families during these times. The SCE provide guidance which...

  • Domestic Abuse affects 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men and can impact anyone, regardless of background. It impacts significantly on the victim, the perpetrator and any associated...

  • The Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) have produced a practical guide to help families understand the psychological and emotional dimensions of moving. The information is designed to help parents minimise...

  • Family Mediation It is now a requirement under the Children and Families Act 2014, for a person to attend an initial Family Meditation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) before making certain...

  • Bringing up children can be a great joy, but also has its challenges, particularly during periods of separation. Sometimes undertaking a parenting course can help parents or carers to feel...

  • Pioneering research into the effects of ‘weekending’ - non-operational separations - on Naval Service families has been unveiled by the NFF at Admiralty House in London.

  • Reading Force is an initiative to provide free books and scrapbooks to Service children, to support and encourage Armed forces families with shared reading. Find out more about this charity organisation here.

  • Relate offers Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel and their families FREE access to the following counselling services:   * Relationship counselling * Family counselling * Young people’s counselling * Sex...

  • Here is a list of useful resources and other charities that offer support to Service parents and children whilst your serving person is away.

  • The days of lullabies, trips to the park and help with homework are over. You have gone from being a supervisor of your child’s life to a spectator as your...

  • We have produced a resource to help to support parents, carers and schools. You can download a copy here.

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