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Suicide Prevention: Veterans

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Suicide Prevention

Veterans

You are Not Alone. Connect with Care Now.

Veterans Crisis Line | 1-800-273-8255 Press 1If you are a Veteran in crisis, the Veterans Crisis Line is here for you with free, confidential support, available 24/7.

Looking for local support? Start your search to find local mental health and suicide prevention resources.

Connect with your Suicide Prevention Coordinator today. Each VA medical center has a Suicide Prevention Coordinator to connect you with the counseling and services needed. Find your local suicide prevention coordinator here.

Self-Help Resources

Make the Connection features stories of hope and recovery from Veterans like you. Watch Veterans and their family members share real stories of strength and recovery, find useful information and local mental health resources and explore ways to show your support.

Mobile Apps that support Mental Health and Wellness. Search for free, available VA apps that equip you with tools and information to assist you in managing PTSD-related symptoms and stress, learning to practice mindfulness and strengthening parenting skills.

Take steps to reduce risk for suicide in your home. Learn how to safely store  medications and firearms when not in use.

Lethal Means

Take steps to reduce risk for suicide in your home. Explore the following resources to learn more: