The nature of military activity and way of life of serving personnel set Armed Forces communities apart from civilian society. Royal Navy community provision addresses the unique military environment and is based upon the need to support the whole service community, providing resources where civil society does not meet the need.
The development of a strong sense of community and feeling of wellbeing amongst all personnel and their families supports the critical link between welfare and operational effectiveness. It confirms the strong sense of community and a feeling of wellbeing translates into military readiness, operational effectiveness and retention.
To enable and facilitate community based events, Naval Personal and Family Service and Royal Marines Welfare provide and maintain a variety of Community Centres and Community Houses at various locations. These facilities provide a focal point to promote and provide opportunities to obtain local support, access information and networking to assist with problem solving and building resilience.
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