The British Army takes the welfare of its soldiers and their families very seriously and offers a wide range of support. This page provides information and contact details regarding welfare, youth and community support, and Foreign and Commonwealth Citizens information.
The RMAS Welfare Team are available to offer support and guidance to all serving, Tri-Service Armed Forces personnel assigned to the RMAS or one of Sandhurst Station’s lodger units, to our Officer Cadets, and to all of their families.
The RMAS Welfare Office offer support and guidance with any difficulties you, or your family may encounter and can refer you or sign post you to other agency’s if required.
Relationship difficulties, deployment and separation, bereavement, support post injury, harassment, addictions, financial difficulties relocation, and children’s education, to name a few, are all matters that the RMAS Welfare Office can support you with.
Contacting your RMAS Welfare Team
Monday – Friday 0900 – 1700hrs
The Welfare Office is located on the 1st floor of the Wishstream Community Centre.
Mrs Julie Palmer, AcWO: 01276 412217 07776 463652
WO2 John Hill, Welfare WO: 01276 412802 07795 122000
Mrs Pauline Andrews, Support Asst: 01276 414105
Guardroom: 01276 412397
Should you require urgent welfare assistance during out of hours please contact the Guardroom who will then contact the Welfare Duty Officer if required.
Code of Confidentiality
“All welfare work conducted within the Army is conducted within a code of confidentiality as the effectiveness of welfare provision is directly related to the trust in which it is held by those who mayneed to use it….”
Taken from AGAI Volume 3, Chapter 81, Army Welfare Policy.
This code of confidentiality is strongly adhered to by the RMAS Welfare Team.
As well as the immediate Welfare Office at the RMAS, there are other individuals and organisations that can offer you guidance, support and advice at the RMAS and externally. More information on those individuals and organisations can be found using the buttons below: