Veterans Mental Health Transition, Intervention and Liaison and Complex Treatment Service

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Service for veterans providing comprehensive mental health assessment and assertive treatment/advocacy. Assessments cover mental health issues, drug and alcohol issues, physical health, employment, finances and social and housing needs.

Individuals are referred on to mainstream NHS Services and charities (including veteran specific charities). Service offers information to partners and family members and help them access local services if required. 

If mainstream services cannot be identified or an individual  falls between the gaps of services and has military related complex mental health difficulties they can be treated within the complex treatment arm of the service.

Eligibility criteria


Registered with a GP practice in (or living in) London, Kent, Surrey, East Sussex and West Sussex, and is in one of the following groups:

  • Service personnel approaching discharge from the British Armed Forces 
  • Veterans. Please note, veteran is anyone who has served for one day in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces (regular or reserve).
  • Reservists when they are not mobilised.


  • Individuals who are unable to provide proof of their service (eg. military number) in the UK Armed Forces.

How to refer

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Referral methods: Email

Please complete referral form and send by email or post.


Post to: Veterans’ Mental Health TIL Service and Complex treatment Service – London and South East. St Pancras Hospital, 4th Floor, West Wing, 4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE

Patients can self-refer by completing referral form and sending by email.

Please provide patient leaflet.


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Last updated: Feb 6th, 2020
Review date: Apr 20th, 2020