We believe that the key to suicide prevention is to help our those who served overcome the unique challenges and stressors of military service before they reach a crisis point.
There isn’t a ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution. What works for one person may not be right for another. Some service members and veterans find that alternative therapies — such as yoga and meditation — help them cope with issues like PTSD, while others may respond better to talk therapy. Some military spouses benefit from participating in retreats for warriors and their families, while others prefer individual or couples sessions with a mental health counselor.
Our Stop Soldier Suicide Resource Center database includes more than 3,000+ resources and partner organizations, allowing our case managers to connect every client with resources tailored to their individual needs.