My son has PTSD diagnosed, and will be called forward to Tyrwhitt House, probably the only place worth going. Those of you familiar with the help available, may/will agree that Combat Stress are very well placed to offer treatment. However: civvies, civvy treatment and so-called "support services." > No-one out there has a clue and very few care about PTSD, what it is and how it affects people in the armed forces. The routine outside is: "can't see, it doesn't exist" the NHS haven't got a handle on it, although they talk big and clever. Stay away from social services, support workers and anyone else who doesn't have a clue. My son has gone through too much unwarranted, unnecessary misery, than he needed to. Clumsy, insensitive fools have caused untold damage to my son. More damage is something those people DO NOT need. I have personally reported one or two "support workers" to the General Social Care Council (England) as I want their heads on a plate eventually. A car crash or even a fire, cannot, ever, compare with battle trauma. Thank you.