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Combat Stress partners with Age Exchange to interview 100 war veterans

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The charity Combat Stress is to partner with reminisence arts charity Age Exchange to create Combat Stress 100, a living archive.

Combat Stress is inviting former servicemen and women they have supported to share their story of recovery, to be filmed at the Museum of Liverpool.
 
The interviews will create a living archive called Combat Stress 100, which will be available to view by veterans and their families seeking mental health treatment in the future, as well as by medical professionals and students to better understand military-related trauma.
 
Combat Stress event
 
A special event will be held at Museum of Liverpool on 20 July 2019 (10am to noon and 2pm to 4pm)  and military veterans are invited to come along to the drop-in sessions to find out more about the project. For more information, visit the Museum of Liverpool website.
 
(image copyright Pete Carr)
 
 
 

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