The London Veterans' Assessment & Treatment Service (LVS) is an NHS service for veterans of the UK Armed Forces living in the M25 area. We provide help to veterans who may be experiencing difficulties returning to civilian life.
(The LVS is delivered by Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust and South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust)
In the news... London Veterans' Assessment and Treatment Service on ITV
Dr Tess Browne, C&I Clinical Psychologist at the London Veterans' Assessment and Treatment Service (LVS), (pictured above) was interviewed by ITV London on 8 November in the run-up to Remembrance Sunday.
The programme also featured Ron Ranger, a veteran who had felt suicidal when struggling with untreated PTSD after witnessing the IRA bomb that exploded at the Tower of London in 1974. He is now receiving help from the veterans' service. He said: "You wouldn't recognise me now, I'm completely different."
The news report can be viewed on the ITV website here. For more information please go here. To see all the media coverage from across the country enter "Armistice Day 'hard for veterans'" into a search engine.