Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month
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Protecting our veterans from suicide

No one is immune to suicidal thoughts or feelings. But veterans have specific risk factors that may deepen their feelings of hopeless and helplessness. Some may have “invisible wounds” – mental or emotional – from their service experience.

During Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month, it’s important to focus on at-risk populations more carefully. Read this suicide awareness infographic and Veterans and suicide to get a better understanding of the problem. Learn about the factors that put veterans at risk. Find out what you can do to help.

Other suicide resources

If you have any concerns about yourself or someone you know having suicidal thoughts, please contact us or one of these resources:

September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day.

This suicide awareness infographic will show you the latest trends and ways you can be part of the solution.

Read Veterans and suicide to learn about the factors that put veterans at risk.

And if you haven't yet, visit your member website and click Services > Talk Saves Lives online training to learn more today. You could save a life.