Your country values your service
Your country values the service given by you to The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment and its Forebear Regiments, regardless of rank and status.
Of paramount importance to The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment Association is the facilitation of Aftercare for officers and soldiers leaving the Regiment and Benevolence for all who require assistance.
ARMY TIGERS WELFARE
All soldiers on leaving the Regiment are offered aftercare, which consists in the main of:
- Assistance with finding employment.
- Direction and assistance with applications for Medical pensions via the Veterans agency.
- Help for families and guidance on housing and welfare issues in general.
Your first point of contact for Welfare information is the Veterans’ Agency:
Veterans Advice Unit
Free Helpline: 0800 169 2277
Free Minicom: 0800 169 3458
Tel (Overseas): +44 1253 866043
Telephone lines are open Monday to Thursday 8.15am – 5.15pm, Friday 8.15am – 4.30pm
Further information and assistance is available from Unit Welfare Officers (for serving officers and soldiers) and the Welfare Officer at RHQ (for Veterans) – Tel: 01227 818052.
Alternatively email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information visit: www.veteransagency.mod.uk
How does it work?
Contact the Assistant Regimental Secretary at Regional Headquarters PWRR on 0203 166 690 or email: INFHQ-QUEENS-PWRR-AsstRegtSec@mod.uk and give a full description of your problem.
The Assistant Regimental Secretary or Applicant will contact a caseworker from either The Royal British Legion or SSAFA Forces Help. You will then receive a home visit and an application for assistance will be submitted to the Benevolence Secretary PWRR.
Appropriate use is made of all available agencies and you will receive Benevolence if the application is approved.
If you wish to ask for advice in the meantime, the following agencies are available to assist:
Army Welfare Service
A professional confidential welfare support service for servicemen and women and their families, wherever they are located. Contact: 01980 615975.
Service Personnel Veterans Agency
Provides MOD compensation for service related injury/disablement and a one to one welfare service, especially relevant for those transitioning to civilian life. Contact: 0800 169 2277.
ABF, The Soldiers’ Charity
Lifetime support to serving/retired soldiers and their families. Contact: 0845 241 4820.
Additional General Advice/Guidance
For additional advice/guidance, please contact one of the organisations below:
Help for Heroes: 0845 673 1760
The Royal British Legion: 08457 725 725
SSAFA Forces Help: 0845 1300 975
BLESMA: 0208 590 1124
Combat Stress: 01372 587000
Blind Veterans UK: 0207 723 5021
Haig Homes (Housing): 020 8685 5777
Finally…DO NOT BE AFRAID TO ASK FOR HELP!