How to Respond to a Suicidal Friend
Follow these three steps to offer immediate, practical help to a loved one who may be considering suicide.
When Mental Health and Medication Are Not Enough
Therapy. Counseling. Prescriptions. Where do you turn when you’ve done it all still no better than when you started
Want To Support A Veteran Who Is Going Through A Tough Time? Be There.
Support, especially from others who have military experience, can be crucial in helping someone.
VA Suicide Prevention: Serving Those Who Served
VA suicide prevention coordinators share their stories
Losing Sense of Self One Suicide at a Time
Marines reunite to remember another brother lost to suicide, losing one more part of themselves.
Free Mental Health Care For Veteran Students
Program provides access to more than 7,000 mental-wellness providers
Suicide Prevention: Video Resources
Suicide Prevention: More Help
Real Men Do Cry
Peer support offers respite to suicide survivors.
The Shining Light In An Endless Tunnel
Suicide survivors can get support to deal with their grief.
You Are Not Alone: Suicide Prevention Tools for Warriors
If you are experiencing thoughts of suicide, know that free and immediate help is available.
Mind over Mood: Six Ways to Think Positively
Here are six ways you can turn negative thoughts into positive thoughts
Suicide Prevention: Just Be There
September is suicide prevention month. The best way to support those going through difficult times is to "just be there".
Signs of Suicide: How to Help
The best way to prevent suicide is to recognize troubling signs.