The allocation of the apartments is administered by the Aftercare Service using eligibility/priority criteria agreed by the Trustees of the Benevolent Fund. All completed applications should be sent to the relevant field team. In order to ensure your application is sent to the right team select your post code from the drop down list and you will be presented with the correct form pre addressed. Please Note: Proof of service to confirm eligibility may be required and asked for by the field team the onus is on the applicant to provide this if required.
CRAC Registration Form
Following several enquires asking about the current security situation in light of recent events we suggest that if you have any concerns you should ensure that your details are registered and updated with the CRAC team. If you require to add / update your personal details for the CRAC please download and complete the form returning it in person to one of the Aftercare Field Teams:Northern Ireland Veterans HandbookThis Handbook is intended to assist the whole Service community by clearly spelling out “who does what for whom” and by identifying local contact details. It is intended to be a reference document and to act as a sign-post to local agencies which, once contacted, can then follow up with support intervention as required. Stakeholders and gate-keepers are urged to use it if a member of the Service community in need comes to their attention.
Useful forms and information
UDR and R IRISH (HS) Aftercare Service
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