For the Military

  • A presentation delivered at White Sands Missile Range, NM for the Suicide Stand Down on September 24, 2012: “Supporting Survivors of Suicide: A Community Response in Southern New Mexico,” by Satya Rao, Ph.D., and Rev. Margaret Short, D.Min. WSMR-Supporting-Survivors-of-Suicide-9-24-2012
  • Department of Defense Suicide Prevention Office. The DSPO strives to help foster a climate that encourages Service members to seek help for their behavioral health issues.
  • Army Behavioral Health. Find information for Army soldiers and their families on health issues, including PTSD, pre- and post-deployment stress screening and suicide prevention.
  • Wounded Warrior Project™. The WWP exists to honor and empower Wounded Warriors who incurred service-connected wounds, injuries, or illnesses of mind, body, or spirit on or after September 11, 2001. WWP is also committed to serving the dedicated family and caregivers of these Wounded Warriors.
    How it works
    STEP 1
    Take a short, multiple-choice self-assessment. No personal information is collected and your answers remain anonymous.
    STEP 2
    Based on your answers, you’ll get customized recommendations on which exercises and resources may be most helpful to you.
    STEP 3
    Watch other warriors talk about their experiences before and after using the exercises, then download and try the exercises for yourself.
    Click here to go to the site.

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