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CarillonAmey – For all Service Family Accommodation enquiries including: application, allocation, Move In/Out appointments, maintenance/improvement work, providing furniture

Citizens Advice Bureau – Can offer advice on many subjects, including housing issues and benefits

Defence Infrastructure Organisation – Effectively the landlord of Service Family Accommodation

GOV.UK – General advice from the Government – including housing

Haig Homes – Housing assistance for ex-Service people

Welfare Information Support – The Office can provide you with details about your new local area

Joint Personnel Administration Centre (JPAC) – JPAC are the first point of contact for any query from serving personnel. For enquiries relating to pensions and pay, medals, IT issues, personnel matters and Ghurka Offer to transfer pensions please contact JPAC

Joint Service Housing Advice Office (JSHAO) – Civilian housing advice for Service personel and ex-serving personnel, including home ownership, council housing, and homelessness

SSAFA (previously Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association) – Offer advice on the financial, practical and emotional issues which concern Serving and ex- Service personnel and their dependants. SSAFA have two Stepping Stones Homes in North West London and in Tyne & Wear that offer temporary supported accommodation to women with a Service connection (with or without children), who are in need of a secure environment and emergency accommodation.

SPACES (Single Persons Accommodation Centre for the ex-Services) – This centre is designed to help single ex-regulars find appropriate accommodation when they leave the Services

The Annington Trust – The Annington Trust was established in 1996 when Annington purchased the Married Quarters Estate. Keen to demonstrate their commitment to families living in Service accommodation a capital sum of £500,000 was contributed by those involved in the purchase and the Trust was set up to support activities and projects ‘on the patch’

The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust – Provides wide ranging financial assistance to serving and ex-Serving Royal Naval and Royal Marines personnel and their dependants

The Royal Navy Community Website – Provides a wealth of information and links covering a vast range of issues. If you cannot find what you are looking for on our website, the Community pages on the Royal Navy website may be able to point you in the right direction

The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) – The principal charity of the Royal Navy; it strives to improve the quality of life for the entire Naval family

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Children’s Fund – This is the only charity dedicated to supporting children whose parents work, or have worked, for the Naval Service

The Salvation Army – The Salvation Army is one of the largest, most diverse providers of social services in the UK after the Government. As a church and registered charity, it demonstrates its Christian principles through social welfare provision