The Naval Families Federation exists to speak up for Naval Service families about issues and concerns that affect you. The service we provide is confidential.
One of the ways in which we are able to capture evidence about how you are finding life as part of a serving family is by carrying out anonymous surveys. 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. This enables decision makers to take your views into account.
Our latest survey is about Armed Forces Pay. The Armed Forces’ Pay Review Body (AFPRB) makes recommendations to the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Defence on military pay, allowances and charges. We formally meet them every year to present your feedback so please have your say by taking our latest survey here.
The Naval Families Federation carried out a survey in 2015 to gather the views of Naval Service families on the subject of relationship support. As a result of the evidence you provided, the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) is now working in partnership with Relate to offer Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel (serving and former) and their families free access to the following counselling services with Relate.