COMMONS

Committee continue inquiry into mental health services to armed forces

23 November 2018

The Defence Committee holds evidence session into mental health care given to the armed forces.

Purpose of session

In its third session of the inquiry, the Defence Committee hears from former Servicemen and women on their mental health care experiences, both during and after Service. The Committee will also hear from charities on how they provide care to veterans and their families with mental health issues.

Witnesses

Tuesday 27 November 2018, Committee Room 5, Palace of Westminster

At 11.30am

  • Catherine Braddick-Hughes
  • Andy Price
  • Tim Boughton KCN GCM CStJ

At 12.30pm

  • Sue Freeth, Chief Executive, Combat Stress
  • David Richmond CBE, former Chairman of the Contact Group
  • Tony Wright, Chief Executive, Forward Assist

Further information

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