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Pride Month - Saluting our LGBTQ+ Veterans who volunteered to defend our freedom. It is our responsibility to help defend theirs.
Suicide Risk Management Consultation offers free consultation to providers who treat Veterans at risk for suicide in all phases of life.
Suicide loss touches many including providers. Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program provides postvention support on healing journey.
The VA Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program is a free resource designed to support providers as they assist justice-involved Veterans.
The SRM program provides free consultation and resources: including therapeutic best practices for providers working with Veterans at risk for suicide.
VA Pittsburgh staff are working to reach more Veterans using mobile mental health apps. Project seeks to increase Veterans’ access to mobile apps to improve mental health coping and reduce suicide risk.
For mental health providers, understanding cultural impacts and service-related experiences can create a safe environment for assessment and treatment for Vets with PTSD or at high-risk for suicide.
The Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program offers free consultations and training for all providers in the VA health care system and the community who are treating Veterans at risk for suicide.
On October 10, VA observes World Mental Health Day, a global event organized by the World Federation for Mental Health. The theme for 2019 is mental health and suicide prevention.
VA and DoD update the Suicide Risk Clinical Practice Guideline to improve the well-being of service members and Veterans at risk for suicide.
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 March 9, 2012
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