It will take everything in our power to change the data on veteran suicide. These allies in the nonprofit, private, and health sectors have come alongside Stop Soldier Suicide to partner with us in program support. Through our one-of-a-kind suicide intervention model, partners refer their soldiers into our care. While in our care, we may refer clients to them based on individualized need. This program support is collaborative in nature, fully transparent and tailored to the individual. We've partnered with organizations who have proven themselves as leaders.
Atrium Health is an integrated, nonprofit health system serving patients at 40 hospitals and more than 1,400 care locations. Atrium Health is a nationally recognized leader in shaping health outcomes through innovative research, education and compassionate patient care. Atrium Health has partnered with SSS to pilot a one of a kind primary care referral process for veterans identified for suicide risk.
Vet Tix provides tickets to events that reduce stress, strengthen family bonds, build life-long memories and encourage service members and veterans to stay engaged with local communities and American life. We support our troops by honoring their service and providing positive family and life experiences, during and after their years of service to our country.
Operation Red Wings Foundation’s mission is to provide veterans and their families a path to healing from their invisible wounds. They offer in-person retreats in Texas and North Carolina while also serving virtual retreats to veterans across the country. The organization focuses on the natural camaraderie found among fellow Veterans where therapeutic modalities are offered for healing.
Boot Campaign provides care to treat diverse health challenges connected to Posttraumatic Stress and/or Traumatic Brain Injury, as well as addressing trauma-based insomnia, chronic pain, substance abuse, nutrition and fitness. Boot Campaign serves veterans of any era and any branch and we are committed to making sure you get the help you deserve.
Hope For The Warriors provides comprehensive support programs for service members, veterans, and military families that are focused on transition, health and wellness, peer engagement, and connections to community resources. Hope for the Warriors offers a wide variety of programs and events nationwide.
Til ValHalla Project is a veteran owned clothing brand who's mission it is to donate & hand deliver memorial plaques to the families of fallen Heroes and reduce veteran suicide. They do this through donations and custom memorial plaques to ensure no hero is forgotten.
Irreverent Warriors knows that the best support network for veterans, is other veterans. We bring a community of warriors together through therapeutic events across the country. We also work with other veteran organizations who provide services such as job placement, training, housing, service dogs and more.
The Concussion Legacy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in the United States with chapters in Canada and the United Kingdom. It was founded by Robert Cantu, MD, and Chris Nowinski, PhD to support athletes, veterans and all affected by concussions and CTE, to promote smarter sports and safer athletes through education and innovation, and End CTE through prevention and research. CLF is a proud supporter of and collaborator with the Boston University CTE Center.
Alliance180 is a peer-to-peer, purpose-driven program that aims to prevent suicide for fellow Veterans facing the effects of trauma by providing a transformative equine experience. This program is provided at no cost to participants, including the cost of all accommodations and travel.
Alliance 180 is committed to confidentiality and consistency throughout the equine experience.
The core of GallantFew is one-on-one mentoring by a veteran expert for a veteran. Transition is more than just finding a new job – it’s an entirely new lifestyle, new routine, and new mindset. You may feel your frustrations are unique to you, but we assure you they are not. Since 2010, GallantFew has provided nearly 10,000 individualized transition services to veterans.
Across the nation, organizations in many different sectors have hoped for the same vision as Stop Soldier Suicide - to see a nation where service members & veterans have no greater risk for suicide than any other American.
These partners have raised a hand to say "I'm in. I'm with you. Let's stand together."
To each of these leaders who have joined us in program support, thank you for your trust in us. We know these collective efforts will help us win this fight.
Our core investment in elite behavioral health personnel dictates that we don’t settle for mediocrity.
Every member of our Wellness Center team has an advanced degree in at least one area of behavioral health, and many of them are licensed mental health care providers.
Each Wellness Coordinator goes through extensive training upon joining our team, including training: