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Thirty finalists in VA’s Mission Daybreak presented their suicide prevention solutions at Demo Day, an in-person showcase event held Nov. 4.
Suicide prevention motorcycle ride started at Oklahoma City VA and traveled along Route 66 to the Fort Gibson National Cemetery for a remembrance ceremony.
VA’s Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention partnered with America Salutes You to present a concert series now being viewed in VA hospitals.
New genetic research discoveries may one day help doctors better screen Veterans at risk of suicide and prevent it in the first place.
A suicide prevention art fair in suburban Chicago featured artwork by Veterans that explored issues of mental health and recovery.
Today, VA named finalists and Promise Award recipients in Mission Daybreak—a $20 million challenge to help VA develop new suicide prevention strategies for Veterans.
VA has awarded $52.5 million to 80 awardees in 43 states, the District of Columbia and American Samoa for community-based suicide prevention services in fiscal years 2022 and 2023.
VA’s latest National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report shows encouraging downward trends in Veteran suicide counts and rates, yet ongoing critical work remains.
A shorter, three-digit number provides an easier-to-remember way to access the Veterans Crisis Line. You are not alone.
In this episode of PTSD Bytes, Pearl McGee-Vincent discusses crisis support resources with Dr. Lisa Brenner, rehabilitation psychologist.
Suicide Risk Management Consultation offers free consultation to providers who treat Veterans at risk for suicide in all phases of life.
You have questions about the Veterans Crisis Line; we have answers. You are not alone and the Veterans Crisis Line is here to support you.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated January 30, 2017
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