What It Is:
Emergency services are the catch all. Too many mental health providers rely on local emergency services to handle suicidal patients. Many mental health services even have a clause about active ideation, requiring clients to conceal or deal with their ideation on their own before they can begin working with that provider.
This makes suicide-specific care uncommon yet desperately needed.
Suicide is a complex problem that is usually deeply personal, hard to share, and shrouded with stigma. Research indicates that military friends and family members are some of the first to know about a service member's struggle. By spreading awareness across your social networks, a veteran or active duty member you know may see our services & reach out.
Resources like ours are designed to help. If you need help talking about suicide or want to know more about our services click below.
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: