Are you a veteran struggling with the adaptation to civilian life?

How can we help you?

Stepway is here to help with adaption problems that you may be experiencing.

  • This may be due to leaving prison and you cannot access the services/therapies that can help you adapt back into civvie street. We are here to bridge that gap, so you can lead a crime free life.
  • Have you found yourself in police custody and you feel like nobody understands? We are here to provide help and support with supplying intervention programs, advice, signposting, and introducing you to a mentor.
  • Are you leaving the armed forces and you have not received a resettlement package to help you gain employment, education or housing? Are you concerned about your future? We are here to guide and help you access the services that can help.
  • Are you a homeless veteran that feels there is no other choice but to commit a crime to survive on the streets? Have you dropped out of society because you feel socially excluded from civvie life? We are here to make that transition less problematic.

What is the 7 step program?

1st step

The first step is to contact Stepway by calling either Dawn or Bob on the number provided and we will arrange to meet you within 24 hours. We will have an informal chat over a brew. This will give you the opportunity to tell us a bit about yourself and the problems you have encountered. At the end of the meeting we will offer the level of support that you may need.

2nd step

The introduction program will be attended by veterans who are going through similar experiences, so you will not feel alone or excluded. Individual programs are also available for those who find social situations stressful. There will be a small introduction to the charity and a brief about the different interventions and courses that are available.

3,4, 5,6, and 7th Step

These steps will be spread over a 12-month period. It includes intervention programs for substance misuse, stress related conditions, adaption and how to create a positive future for yourself. These programs are all voluntary and they are free for veterans!

What do we provide?

  1. We provide programs that will help you with adaption.
  2. Group and individual programs are available.
  3. We can refer you to other charities who can help you financially.
  4. We are a free service for you the veteran.
  5. You can self-refer, so there is no waiting list for the initial support.
  6. We help every veteran who is struggling with adaption.
  7. We will be here to support and guide you for as long as you need us.
  8. We will provide you with an alternative path to avoid the pathway to crime
  9. We provide you with the tools to improve your mental and physical wellbeing.


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