WE’RE SH*T AT TALKING AND IT’S KILLING US…
All Call Signs is an award-winning peer support organisation for veterans and serving military personnel. Our chat app is manned by over 700 volunteer listeners with experience of life in uniform and our digital caseworkers bridge the gaps in veteran’s mental health services for hundreds of users seeking help. If life is getting you down and you need to speak to someone, hit the chat now button below to connect to a volunteer listener, or click here to get a peer support worker.
CHAT SERVICE IS CURRENTLY UNDER MAINTENANCE. PLEASE USE THE LINK ABOVE TO SPEAK TO A PEER SUPPORT WORKER OR CALL 023 9438 7914.
VETERAN’S MENTAL HEALTH IS IMPORTANT. WE Fight EVERY DAY TO IMPROVE your ACCESS TO MENTAL HEALTHCARE:
At All Call Signs our goal is to use technology and the power of community to improve the mental health of servicemen, women & veterans. Our hope is that this will manifest in a healthier, happier life for individuals suffering with mental health issues and will reduce the number of self-harm incidents and suicides in the military community. The RAP process is a technology-led attack against PTSD, depression & anxiety.
When a vulnerable member of the military community goes missing, we need boots on the ground fast. Beacon, our geo-location powered emergency response application sends an immediate alert to any All Call Signs members and relevant agencies in the vicinity, along with details on where best to help and who the point of contacts are.
Through our blog, media outreach and social media presence, we’re committed to highlighting the health needs of those in and around the forces. Understanding how stress, anxiety and depression change you , is the first step in recognising it. With early recognition and diagnosis, these issues are much easier to manage.
The very worst case scenarios for sufferers of depression, anxiety and stress are borne from a feeling of isolation. Through our Listener’s program, we’re able to catch people at their most isolated and vulnerable and signpost them to professionals who can help them. It is our belief that successful awareness and prevention will result in fewer needs for Beacon.
The Veteran’s High Intensity Service is here and being co-delivered in the South East by All Call Signs.
We’re extremely proud to have partnered with Solent NHS, Walking With The Wounded & other strategic partners to deliver a brand new mental health service for veterans in the South East. The High Intensity Service is an NHS-led initiative to provide more complete wrap-around care to veterans and their families experiencing mental ill health. Simply call NHS 11 and tell them you’re a veteran and you’ll be triaged into the High Intensity Service and connected to a Peer Support Worker who will help co-ordinate your care pathway.
Latest articles, news and updates:
One of the big selling points of the armed forces in every recruitment campaign in living memory has been the feeling of belonging. Finding like minded people, sharing experiences, good and bad, but never alone. Never on your own. If you asked 10 veterans what they...read more
Myth: There’s nothing you can do until they’ve been missing 48 hours. Fact: There’s plenty that you, the police and other services can do. Acting quickly saves lives. It can be very distressing when someone you know goes missing, particularly if you believe that...read more
Job Description: Veterans’ Peer Support Worker Location: South East: Virtual/Telephone based role serving South East England (Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Sussex, Kent, Surrey, Berkshire, Oxford and Buckinghamshire. Salary: £20,000 - £23,000 according to experience and...read more
Help Us Improve The Lives Of Veterans And Service Personnel
We’re on a mission to improve the mental health of service personnel and veterans nationwide. Here’s some really simple ways you can help us.
As a not-for-profit organisation, every penny of every contribution received is invested back into All Call Signs. This means your money goes directly to the running of the Beacon and Chat applications and into campaigning to change the state of mental health care in the veteran and serving community. Make a single contribution, for any amount, and help us save lives.