Military movement in Syria contingency be matched with “urgent funding” to support veterans who lapse with mental health problems, a gift has said.
Combat Stress pronounced it was already “struggling to cope” with a series of former soldiers wanting treatment.
The charity, that is treating scarcely 6,000 veterans for conditions such as PTSD, pronounced it approaching numbers to arise as a Syrian dispute develops.
In 2014 a supervision pronounced it was investing £7.4m to urge services.
RAF atmosphere strikes are stability in Syria after British army assimilated associated operations to aim supposed Islamic State militants in a country.
But Combat Stress warned it competence not be means to means to support veterans influenced by a dispute in a future.
The gift pronounced it was holding a seven-figure sum from a pot to keep a services running, including 3 reconstruction centres, though a orator warned if no additional appropriation was found afterwards services would have to be cut.
In a final financial year referrals to a gift for conditions such as post-traumatic highlight commotion (PTSD), stress and basin went adult by scarcely 25% from 1,819 in 2013-14 to 2,328 in 2014-15.
Robert Marsh, fundraising and communications director, said: “Following a decade of troops movement in Iraq and Afghanistan, we are now struggling to cope with a thousands of veterans seeking a dilettante mental health services.
“With MPs ancillary serve troops action, we urgently need a financial resources to safeguard a singular use continues to assistance a thousands of dauntless veterans who merit a really best treatment.”