• VA Secretary calls upon all Americans to help prevent Veteran suicide

    On the final day of the 2019 VA/DoD Suicide Prevention Conference, VA Secretary Robert Wilkie called upon all Americans to work together to prevent suicide among service members and Veterans.

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    HARLINGEN, Texas — Many Veterans and their families will notice an obvious […]

  • Secretary Robert Wilkie’s message for Suicide Prevention Month

    Even one Veteran, or service member lost to suicide is too many. VA is working hard to prevent that, through efforts like this critically important order.

  • ICYMI: #ExploreVA Facebook Live Event with AMVETS discusses suicide prevention

    VA and AMVETS recently hosted an #ExploreVA Facebook Live event on suicide prevention to discuss how to support Veterans in need of help.

  • Pledge to “Be There” for Veterans in need

    Suicide is a public health crisis and VA is launching a national effort to reduce suicide by identifying the warning signs, pointing people to the best resources and showing how everyone can help.

  • Do this now so you can #BeThere4Veterans who need your help

    Share the message that a Veteran in crisis or at immediate risk for suicide is one phone call away from caring, qualified responders - call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1 to speak with them.

  • ICYMI: Twitter chat focuses on how you can #BeThere4Veterans

    The chat focused on the importance of connecting Veterans with their communities and discussed ways to help prevent Veteran suicide this September and year round.

  • Be there for Veterans this Suicide Prevention Month

    During Suicide Prevention Month and year round, help VA let people know that preventing suicide starts with this simple act of support: Be There.

  • September marks Suicide Prevention Month

    The message from VA to the friends and families of Veterans during Suicide Prevention Month is simple: Be there.

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