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One Small Step. To a healthier you.


Think you might be drinking too much?

We know it can be hard to keep track of how much you're drinking. 

The Government advises that adults - both men and women - should drink no more than 14 units a week. You can find out how many units are in different drinks on the Drinkaware website

Why cut down on your alcohol intake

Cutting down on how much alcohol you drink can have some positive effects on the way you look and feel – often within just a few days.  You will see benefits from a sound night’s sleep, brighter skin and energy. You’ll be reducing your longer-term risk of some serious illnesses such as cancer and liver and heart disease.


How we can support you

Cutting down on your alcohol consumption isn’t easy, but you won’t be alone. We will help you understand more about your drinking, what safe levels of drinking are and remove the worried or confused about the number of units.

One of our Health Coaches will work with you to understand how you want us to support you and what we need to do together. We'll then signpost you to the right local service for you and then meet with you at regular intervals to check on your progress. We're here to support you meet your goals.

Who can get help with their drinking?

  • If you live in Devon (excluding Plymouth and Torbay)

Where you can get help to reduce your drinking

Wherever you live in Devon there will be something available to you to help you achieve your goals at a time and place to suit you. Our Health Coaches can help point you in the direction of locations all over the county, or you can find services local to you.

Start your alcohol reduction journey today.

If you would like to talk to someone about this service and its benefits to you, please contact us on 01392 908 139 or use our online chat (bottom right) to talk to one of our friendly team.

Success Story
Daniel's Story

Daniel was referred to OneSmallStep through his community enabler to reduce his alcohol intake

I have learned better nutritional awareness, confidence in exercise ability and learning activities/exercise which can be done at home and maintained.

Concerned about your drinking? Find the right support with us today

Success Story
Alan's Story

Alan was referred to OneSmallStep after his GP warned him something needed to change, but had always struggled with a number of diets

The Risks of Drinking Too Much

Regularly drinking more than 14 units of alcohol a week risks long-term damage to your health, and can impact other areas of your life as well.

Success Story
Roly's Story

“I was about to undergo local surgery for sepsis when I saw the OneSmallStep leaflet in my GP waiting room. I knew I needed some extra support so I called the freephone number.”