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UNFORGOTTEN FORCES

The Armed Services Advice Project (ASAP) provides dedicated information, advice and support to members of the Armed Forces Community in Scotland.

The service is provided by the Scottish Citizens Advice Bureau Service, and the funding group is led by Poppyscotland. We work closely with many organisations, both Service related and others, to provide support to the people who contact us.

We provide free, confidential, impartial information, advice and support to people who: 

  • are currently serving in the Armed Forces, either Regular or Reserve, or a dependant of someone who is

  • have served in the Armed Forces, either Regular or Reserve, or a dependant of someone who has

  • are members of the Merchant Navy who served in a commercial vessel in support of legally defined UK military operations, or a dependant.

Our advice covers a range of areas, including benefits, debt, employment, relationships and housing.

The Unforgotten Forces Project consists of a consortium of 16 organisations and is part of a larger Armed Service Advice Project [ASAP ] .

The project supports people 65 years + who are;

  • Serving in the Armed Forces, Regular or Reserve including their dependants.

  • Ex-service, Regular or Reserve, National Service or Territorial Army including their dependants.

  • Members of the Merchant Navy who served on a commercial vessel in support of legally defined UK military operations including their dependants.

 

The project provides:

 Advice and assistance across the broad spectrum covered by CAB, additionally we offer on –going case work support, liaising with Service charities to provide a holistic service to veterans and their dependants.

GET IN TOUCH WITH UNFORGOTTEN FORCES

For further information please contact

Unforgotten Forces Project Worker, Aberdeen CAB

Valerie.Evans@aberdeencab.casonline.org

Alternatively you can:

- Drop-in to the bureau to see a generalist adviser or contact us by telephone

Tel: 01224 569 764, 07946 525 165

Fax:  01224 210510

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