One is Too Many
One is Too Many offers support for vulnerable and suicidal veterans
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“I think my biggest achievement is getting through this. Of living a happy life. You can do it, you can get there, and you can control your mind. Just don’t quit.”

Mark Watson, ex-Royal Engineers

Whatever struggles you are facing, you are not alone.

We understand that the shift to non-military living brings a number of challenges that can lead to service leavers and veterans feeling isolated and caught between military and civilian worlds.

This difficult adjustment can lead to housing problems, debt, health issues, PTSD, or drug and alcohol misuse, which in turn can cause suicidal thoughts and feelings.

One is Too Many provides information, coping tools and signposts to organisations where you can find further support.


Find out more about the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and where you can get support.

How to help someone else

Find out how you can support someone who is feeling suicidal or suffering from a mental health problem.

One is Too Many Toolkit

The Toolkit provides information, support and tools to help if you are struggling.

Remember there is always someone there to support you, even when it feels like you are alone.

You may not realise it right now, but you have so much to live for.

You are not failing or weak if you ask for help. You are strong.

Messages of hope

When you are struggling or experiencing suicidal feelings, it can be important to remember that you are not alone. There is support available to help you.

Other veterans have felt how you are feeling, and with the right support and treatment, have gone on to live fulfilling lives.

How you are feeling now will also pass.