Useful contacts and helplines

​Northamptonshire County Council

Contact name:  Sharon Stringer
Job title: Community Project Officer

Contact name: Victoria Barr
Job title: Covenant Partnership Officer

Northamptonshire County Council
Integrated Wellbeing
County Hall (Room 129)
George Row

Customer Services telephone: 0300 126 1000

Ministry of Defence


The National Ministry of Defence helpline: 0800 022 3366
This is a free national helpline run by the Ministry of Defence.

It offers automated options for both in-Service and ex-Service personnel, their families and widows to use to help find the right people to ask for help and advice. It’s not intended to replace existing sources of advice, but it provides a safety net for those who are completely unaware of what is available.

Citizen's Advice Bureau

Northampton and District

Tel: 01604 235 080 - RBL Money Advice Service

Nene Clinical Commissioning Group

Responsible for the majority of the local healthcare budget for most of Northamptonshire.

If you are interested in shaping your local health services, go to the Get involved pages.

Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire

Tel 01604 637 522

Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire provides a wide range of support and services to groups, helping those that are starting up, as well as organisations that are already established. They also promote and support volunteers in the County. If you are thinking of volunteering get in touch.

Royal British Legion Health & Welfare

Area Manager: Linda Flecknell 
Telephone: 01844 246 961
Royal British Legion Northampton
President: Joe Heffernan
Legionline: 01604 457 655

UK Home 4 Heroes
Sgt Chris Mounteney
Tel: 07715 274 821


At Aquarius they strive to help people overcome the harms caused by alcohol, drugs and gambling. Working closely with individuals, families and friends to lessen the impact caused by the behaviour of a loved one.
36 – 38 Abington Square, Northampton, NN1 4AA
Telephone: 0300 456 4292

Veterans aid

Caring for Veterans in crisis. Veterans Aid is a charity that operates by addressing an individual’s most immediate needs as rapidly as possible. They support to increase confidence, self-esteem and ability to cope with life’s everyday pressures.
Telephone: 0800 012 6867 or 02078282468


SSAFA provides lifelong support to anyone who is currently serving or has ever served in the Royal Navy, British Army or Royal Air Force.
Helpline: 0845 241 7141

Combat Stress support helpline: 0800 138 1619

The Combat Stress 24-Hour Helpline is for the military community and their families. It can advise on various issues from mental health to practical support.

You can also text 07537 404 719 (standard charges apply for texts) or email:

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