Mental Health is an initiative companies should be thinking about all the time, not just during awareness months like May (Mental Heath Awareness Month), June (PTSD Awareness Month), and September (Suicide Prevention Month).
For every $1 spent on mental health education and resources for employees, employers can get a ROI of $11 in long-term benefits.
The first step is to provide resources to your employees. That’s why Stop Soldier Suicide has produced a FREE Mental Health in the Workplace Toolkit for your employees. Click the button below for the toolkit.
USAA is the presenting sponsor for our 2022 Facebook Challenges. Like us, USAA is a leader in the military community, and they’re committed to making an impact in the nationwide effort to reduce military suicide. USAA’s support helps us engage with thousands of everyday Americans across the country and accelerate our military suicide awareness and intervention efforts.
Amazon Web Services, a powerhouse in the world of cloud computing services, is a vital partner in the execution of Black Box Project, our game-changing initiative to build personas of at-risk service members and veterans through data science and forensics. In-kind support from AWS, including technology and tactical contributions, has enabled us to set Black Box Project in motion, and their connections to other crucial technology firms have empowered us to push the project forward with urgency.
A pioneer in the world of social giving, Harry’s is in its third year as a Stop Soldier Suicide Medal of Honor partner. Harry’s sets aside 1% of its revenue annually to donate to organizations that share in its ambition to improve mental health care for men everywhere. Each year, the support we receive from Harry’s empowers hundreds of service members, veterans and military families with hope for the future.
Through a grant initially awarded midway through 2020, The New York State Health Foundation is a crucial partner in our drive to save military lives faster. Thanks to the support we receive from NYSHealth, we’ve expanded our footprint and implemented our innovative suicide intervention model to support service members, veterans and military families in New York City.
As a preferred partner in Facebook’s Social Good program, we’ve been able to seamlessly and efficiently raise funds that have sustained our life-saving work for the last decade. This long standing relationship has blossomed into opportunities for SSS to participate in Facebook product testing, and other initiatives that shape the social giving landscape across the nonprofit world.