"Suicide is not chosen;
It happens when pain
exceeds resources for coping with pain"
Resources for other soldiers and their families
Remember Scott when you reach out to other
suffering soldiers and veterans . .
Moving Video Testimony from Cpl. Jeffrey Michael Lucey's Father and Mother - Difficult but vitally important to watch
Sgt. Brian Jason Rand's family reaches out
Listen to "The War
Mission Improve readiness through
the development and enhancement of
the Army Suicide Prevention Program policies designed to
minimize suicidal behavior, thereby preserving mission
through individual readiness for Soldiers,
their Families, and Department of the Army civilians.
The new “Commanders Tool Kit” is now available to Soldiers and Leaders:
Army G-1, Army Well Being Liaison
Office - 1-800-833-6622
Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline - 1-800-984-8523
www.armyfamiliesonline.org - 1-800-833-6622
www.militaryonesource.com - 1-800-342-9647
National Suicide Hotline - 1-800-SUICIDE
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org - 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Welcome Home Soldier
From a healing professional...... Strong words but so true
The Coming Home Project : A caring network of mental health professionals offering pro bono counseling, retreats, and workshops
to soldiers, veterans, and their families
|Chris & Anne Scheuerman suffered the loss of their son Jason
Before it's too late . . .
National Guardsman TIM BOWMAN's family shares the tragic loss of their son to suicide
EVEN THE GOVERNMENT ACKNOWLEDGE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PTSD & SUICIDE US Department of Veterans Affairs
|Spc. Tim Bowman's parents, Kim and Mike
|Tim: One of the "uncounted fallen" says his father
A Veteran's Family's Thoughts on Suicide
A Military Family's PTSD Site - Excellent resources!
Finally PTSD and related suicides make the news