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Information about VA’s suicide prevention resources and support for Veterans and their loved ones, including the confidential Veterans Crisis Line, Veterans chat, and educational materials.
A free 24-hour hotline and support website to connect people to nearby crisis counselors.
Support, guidance, and resources to enhance the nation’s mental health infrastructure and the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.
Research, education, and training for scientific study and development of resources for suicidal Americans.
Provides guidance to wellness services and counseling available for Veterans, their families, and their communities.
Helping Veterans recognize they are not alone and resources and solutions are available. Watch hundreds of video testimonials of Veterans and their loved ones overcoming challenges, reaching positive outcomes for treatment and recovery, and finding paths to fulfilling lives.
A hub for research and education on PTSD in Veterans, focused on promoting, understanding, and science.
Oversees programs for psychological health of Veterans, including prevention, treatment, outreach, rehabilitation, and reintegration.
An online resource that connects Veterans and Service members with support groups and programs.
An organization dedicated to the well being and adjustment of wounded warriors in America, focused on raising awareness, helping injured Service members, and empowering a generation of Veterans.
A grassroots mental health advocacy group with extensive educational materials, programs, and support for individuals and families affected by mental illness.
Promotes mental health and recovery from mental illness through education, research, and advocacy, with an emphasis on achieving one’s full potential and social inclusion.
Health and wellness e-libraries, workshops, and online assessments on a number of Veterans’ issues including PTSD, depression, anger, stress, alcohol and drugs, work adjustment, families, and stigma.
The American Red Cross has provided humanitarian support to the United States military, veterans and their families under a trusted symbol for more than 130 years. Through the Service to the Armed Forces program, the Red Cross provides emergency communications, comfort and care at military and veteran health care facilities, and provides social services to the military community to include veterans, National Guard and Reservists.
A nonprofit organization providing free confidential mental health services to Service members, Veterans, their loved ones, and their communities, while spreading awareness about mental health issues affecting military families.
Provides guidance and advocacy for Air Force Veterans at risk for suicide and aims to reduce the rate of active duty Air Force suicides.
Information on the Army’s effort to reduce suicide and minimize suicidal behavior among soldiers and their families, and to improve individual readiness among Service members.
Manages the suicide prevention program and the various services and resources offered to Service members of the Coast Guard.
Provides information, support, and education for Marine Corps members and their loved ones who may be at risk for suicide.
Committed to preventing suicide and increasing wellness among Navy Service members and their families through outreach, education, and mental-health advocacy.
Aims to prevent suicide among members with a focus on resiliency and reintegration, explored in a six-part video series.
Provides support and companionship to eliminate Warfighter suicide through human outreach and education.
Builds relationships between soldiers and their communities to eliminate isolation and hopelessness that can lead to thoughts of suicide.
Offers resources and support for Navy members and their families in order to prevent and reduce suicide and emotional distress.
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