This puzzle looks different for everyone. It's why we believe that in order to heal for the long-term, we must use suicide-specific care to save lives.
All tools and techniques used at Stop Soldier Suicide are clinically woven together tailored to the individual in our care.
Treating suicide requires more than just crisis management. We believe in treating for the long-term. With suicide-specific treatment, clients are with us for as long as it takes.
Military service can be filled with traumatic events and frequent exposure. Quite frankly, these things can alter the way someone thinks and behaves. Trauma literally changes the brain.
Learning more about the effects of trauma might ultimately save a life.
You can help someone struggling with trauma by:
These events don't have to define someone forever. Managing traumatic experiences in healthy and holistic ways can help.
Check for these warning signs to determine if a loved one is at risk for suicide, especially if the behavior is new, has increased, or seems related to a painful event, loss, or change.