Find out how to access help and support, from the council and our partners, if you're a veteran or currently serving in the armed forces.
Our welfare rights service can help you find out what benefits and tax credits you're entitled to and how to claim.
See how to get a primary or secondary school place for your child on the school places and admissions page.
If you're looking for work, see jobs with the council in the jobs and careers section as well as finding out about training and support to change careers.
Veterans can find a range of care and support services in our Locate - care and support in County Durham website.
Veteran's Gateway is the first point of contact for veterans seeking support. This web based support will put veterans and their families in touch with the organisations best placed to help with the information, advice and support they need - from healthcare and housing to employability, finances, personal relationships and more.
The NHS provides healthcare information for military personnel and veterans, including getting treatment and useful contacts.
If you have served in HM Armed Forces, including Volunteer and Regular Reserves, you may be able eligible for a Veteran's Badge.
We are members of the County Durham Partnership where several key organisations work together to support active and ex-service men, women and their families as part of our commitment to the Armed Forces Community Covenant. Find out how registered charities, armed forces units or statutory bodies can apply for a Covenant Fund grant to support the armed forces community.