April 4, 2016
The Veterans Aid’s ‘welfare to well-being’ model and its success in transforming lives, has been widely commended..

The Centre for Social Justice – Doing Our Duty?, November 2014
“The model of ‘moving from welfare to well-being’, as proposed by Hugh Milroy and Veteran’s Aid is important example of what can be achieved. (…). Veterans Aid programme of proactive intervention coupled with long-term commitment and support is designed to not only get veterans into housing, but into sustainable, long-term employment, and has enjoyed great success. The CSJ applauds this effective model and recommence its adoption for other charities engaged in all aspects of this complicated transition experience.”

New Belvedere House Hostel Contract Monitoring Report 2014-15
Prepared by Tower Hamlets Vulnerable Adults Team 1/12/14
“The service is achieving positive and sustainable outcomes for the majority of service users in terms of moving people on to more permanent forms of independent housing. NBH’s performance in this area far exceeds any other Tower Hamlets hostels in the last year; achieving 87% throughput in 2013-14.”