• The last chapter: End-of-life decisions and suicide risk

    Suicide Risk Management Consultation offers free consultation to providers who treat Veterans at risk for suicide in all phases of life.

  • Postvention: Provider support for the healing journey

    Suicide loss touches many including providers. Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program provides postvention support on healing journey.

  • Caregiver turns to unique partnership for guidance on long-term care in pandemic

    When her husband was diagnosed dementia, she turned to the local Veteran Community Partnership for help to learn more.

  • VA assists justice-involved Veterans through free provider consults and resources

    The VA Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program is a free resource designed to support providers as they assist justice-involved Veterans.

  • VA supports providers who serve Veterans

    The SRM program provides free consultation and resources: including therapeutic best practices for providers working with Veterans at risk for suicide.

  • Community providers: Learn about Veteran suicide prevention and lethal means safety

    This live, knowledge-based webinar will educate health care teams on risk factors of suicide and provide clinical resources on lethal means safety counseling and suicide prevention safety planning.

  • Running to prevent Veteran suicide – virtually

    Battle Creek VA’s Alive and Running VA5K for Veteran Suicide Prevention kick-off was done on Facebook live. You can still participate virtually until October 3 by walking or running to raise awareness.

  • Anchors of hope: Evidence-based suicide prevention practices make an impact

    In this episode, Matt Miller, Ph.D., MPH, discusses VA's progress and plans for implementing more evidence-based suicide prevention practices.

  • Suicide Prevention: the power of a Veteran peer

    All Veterans can help prevent Veteran suicides. You don’t need to be a mental health expert. Veteran peer support helps fellow Veterans feel less alone. You just need to Be There!

  • Suicide Prevention: A Marine Veteran’s story

    Every VA employee has one extra job this month. Preventing Veteran suicides. We do this all year but this month, we want to get the word out to Veterans and their friends and families that help is here.

  • Emphasis on Suicide Prevention

    HARLINGEN, Texas — Veterans enrolled in the VA health care system […]

  • VA, Health and Human Services announce Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide

    Seven states will participate in the Governor's Challenge, including Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, New Hampshire, Texas and Virginia.

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