Veteran Resources - Suicide Prevention

“Buddy Check” Wellness Check-Ins

As American Legion members, our most sacred responsibility is to look out for each other and our fellow...

“Reach Out” Campaign – Suicide Prevention Tool

Veterans are trained to carry the heavy stuff, but they don’t have to go through anything alone. During...

#22aday

Several years ago, three Michigan combat veterans discovered they had something in common:  A battle buddy or veteran...

2019 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report

VA offers through this report a renewed and determined call to unrelentingly address suicide in our Veteran population...

2020 National Suicide Prevention Annual Report

46,510 American adults died from suicide in 2018, including 6,435 U.S. Veterans. Here, we review, analyze, and report...

2022 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report

This Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2022 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report documents decreases in Veteran suicide...

22 Jumps

WHY I STARTED 22 JUMPS I know firsthand how traumatic brain injuries can tear families apart. In November...

A new, easier-to-remember Veterans Crisis Line number

If you’re a Veteran having thoughts of suicide or concerned about one, reach 24/7 crisis support through the...

Action being taken to curb alarming escalation in veteran suicides

SAN ANTONIO – This time of year can be extremely challenging for veterans. Last year, suicides among veterans...

Americas Warrior Partnership

Our mission is to partner with communities to prevent veteran suicide. Our programs accomplish this by starting at...