Why Do People Shout In The Armed Forces?
Veteran Steve McKenzie said "having the dog gives me a sense of purpose and great companionship".
The Colonel Commandant's letter was in response to the recent deaths of Colour Serjeant Matt Pascoe and Lance Corporal Andy Francis.
The Government has been warned it will "fail" to make the UK the world's best place for veterans unless action is taken.
Supporting Wounded Veterans launched a programme to raise money for the research, but there remains a funding gap of £725,000.
Some health workers have suffered "moral injury" during the coronavirus pandemic, the Government has been warned.
Army veteran David Mossop has completed a gruelling challenge to raise awareness about veterans' suicides.
The now reservist was held under section two of the Mental Health Act when he was 21
A new support group within 1st (UK) Division is running a range of activities remotely this week.
Warrant Officer Class One Glenn Haughton said he has witnessed and received "some shocking behaviour from people that should know better".
The new research found little evidence that early recruitment is associated with an adverse impact on long-term mental health.
A British Army veteran is using his PTSD diagnosis to help others
The work has been carried out by the King's Centre for Military Health Research.
Suddenly the decisions he had made in his life made sense
The recovery through arts programme is designed to give veterans new skills
Every member of the Royal Navy will be able to boost their mental health with an offline version of the platform HeadFIT.