Supporting Military Veterans with PTSD
Stand Easy is a charity with a single, clear focus: to help veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Our goal is to lift the burden of trauma so as to enable veterans to begin to live fully – and joyfully – once more.
When veterans contact us, we meet them within a few days: there are no waiting lists, no bureaucracy, no endless referrals. We guarantee discretion and confidentiality and our treatment is available to all veterans.
Among our partners are the Armed Services, the Ministry of Defence, the Royal British Legion, medical researchers, and charities such as Combat Stress and Walking with the Wounded. We also receive a lot of referrals from doctors, psychiatrists and other healthcare professionals working in the NHS.
Please watch our short film to hear from some of the veterans we have treated, and how our treatment has changed their lives:
If you think Stand Easy could help you, or if you simply want to know more, please get in touch. Our details can be found on the ‘Contact Us’ page.
We would like to thank 901 Troop Marine Cadets for their work on our joint fundraising enterprise at Morrisons, Gorleston on 8 October.
Stand Easy and 901 Troop Royal Marine Cadets carried out a store collection at Morrisons in Gorleston on Saturday 8th October from 1030 hrs to 1530 hrs. Colin and Janice from Stand Easy were stationed at a table with Anne from the Cadets, where information was available about the charity and the Cadet force.
Many Cadets were in attendance and their turnout was of a very high standard which Colin, as a time served Royal Marine, was delighted to see.
Cadets stood with collection tubs and also packed bags at the tills for customers and, within the five hours at the store, £500.00 was collected. Our grateful thanks are due to all the customers who so generously donated and to Morrisons for hosting our collection day.
The takings from the day were shared equally between Stand Easy and the Cadets and, on Monday 12th October, Colin and Janice presented the Cadet force with their £250.00, which will help them going forward in working with youngsters who are a credit to them.
Maj. (mcc ) Paul Dodson, Senior Officer, TS Fearless 901 Troop Marine Cadets, accepted the confirmation letter for monies collected on the day from Colin and Janice of Stand Easy. Cadets who took part on the day were in attendance at the presentation.