M.O.M.S - Mum's Of Military Service personnel
          The Briefing Room
 
This is the direct link to the MOD army welfare page
 
 
Army Welfare Department
If you do not have the telephone number of your son/daughters own regimental welfare department you can call 01980 615975 or 
0800 138 1619, they will direct you to the right place.
 
 
Joint Casulty and compasionate Centre
The Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre (JCCC) provides a focal point for casualty administration and notification and requests for compassionate travel (for those personnel serving overseas) in respect of members of the British armed forces.
The JCCC, part of the Service Personnel & Veterans Agency is based at Imjin Barracks, Innsworth in Gloucestershire.
The JCCC is manned 24 hours a day 7 days a week
 
Please call if you need to contact your family member if there has been a berevement in your family, and he/she is overseas,   If you heard any rumour or information in regard to your son/daughter, in respect of injury - be assured you will have been informed by the M.O.D. but you can call this number if you have serious worries in this respect and they may be able to help with inforamtion you will need the details of your family member to hand.
 
Telephone:01452 519951     Fax:01452 510807
 
RAF community web pages
 
 
RAF and  attached to an Army regiment whilst on tour?
Your welfare contacts will be through the army regiment your son or daughter is attached to.
 
Families Federations 
All independant voices for families of service personal. working with chain of command and Government voicing your concerns.
 
ARMY Family Federation
http://www.aff.org.uk/index.htm
 
RAF Families Federation
http://www.raf-ff.org.uk/
 
NAVAL Families Federation
http://www.nff.org.uk/
 
 
Are you using Facebook and Twitter, or and online support/chat room?
You will need to secure your facebook page, certainly before your son or daughter goes on operations.  So please if you don't know how to ask them to do it for you if you don't know how, well before they go on operations - for yours and their security.  If you have missed this opportunity, you can email amumswarhelen@hotmail.co.uk or amumswarmandy@hotmail.co.uk and they will send you a step by step guide.
 
Security Information for internet pages, provided by the MOD
 
 
 
Support Groups
Check on our support groups page, and find a chat room, where there are other mums, all have a mixed group of experience most of your questions will be answered there.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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