If you have served in the UK Armed Forces, and are feeling low or are experiencing suicidal thoughts, then this website is for you.

Sometimes it can be hard to know if what you are feeling is normal. You may feel angry, resentful, frustrated or hopeless. You may feel as though you have lost your way and don’t know where to turn.

However, you are not alone. There is support available to help you.

The Forces Employment Charity understands life in the armed forces and the challenges that veterans face when their military service ends. We work with a large network of organisations providing veterans with specialist support, including health, housing and employment.

One is Too Many Toolkit

Our Toolkit, available in the menu at the top of this page, contains information and resources to help you cope with your mental health, and to take positive steps to improve it.

The Forces Employment Charity's justice programmes include:

  • Op NOVA, delivered by the Forces Employment Charity and funded by NHS England, supports veterans in the justice system across England
  • In Partnership with Ingeus, specialist support service for ex-Forces personnel who have offended focusing on training
  • Forward Trust, a programme which assigns a probation officer to ex-Forces personnel under control of probation in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Sussex and Surrey
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One is Too Many is funded by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust, and aims to reduce suicide risks within vulnerable Ex-Forces personnel in a co-ordinated and targeted way.