Need Help? Call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 Veterans Press 1
While on site training at the Dallas Veterans Resource Center has been temporarily suspended due to COVID-19, we're still committed to equipping the community in suicide prevention. Check the Training Page to see classes now available through ZOOM and Facebook Live. We're here to serve you during this global crisis and to empower individuals to identify mental health crisis.
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Veterans comprise 18% of all suicides in the United States.
Since September 11, 2001 over 143,000 veterans have died by their own hand.
WE NEED YOU
as a member of the community: friend or family of a veteran, an educator of children,
or passionate patriot, to change the statistic and help
STOP ONE SUICIDE
Know the warning signs of suicidal ideation. Individuals in crisis oftentimes share telling information of their intent to self-harm.
Encounters with individuals in an emotional emergency may not happen often. Knowing what to say and do can make a difference.
Resources are available to educate individuals and communities on suicide prevention and awareness. You can be the ONE to #StopOne
Check these online resources for introductory information on suicide prevention and awareness. Understanding is the first step to #StopOne
These foundational partnerships have developed curriculum to equip the community on prevention and awareness. Locate an organization near you.
Mental Health First Aid and ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) enable participants to directly intervene in crisis
Your contributions help fund the effort to reduce suicides in the military and veteran community.
Together, we can #StopOne