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EMAIL UPDATE September 11, 2017




September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

In recognition of this observance, the Real Warriors Campaign is sharing our suicide prevention articles for service members, veterans and military families who are coping with psychological health concerns. Articles include:

·        You Are Not Alone: Suicide Prevention Tools for Warriors

·        You Are Your Friend’s Biggest Support

·        Suicide Prevention Resources for Military Families

·        Tools for Line Leaders Managing Personnel in Distress

·        Suicide Prevention Training for Line Leaders

If you or someone you know is experiencing thoughts of suicide, call the Military Crisis Line at 800-273-8255 and press 1. You will speak with a trained counselor who can provide confidential support for service members, veterans and military families. If you need help finding resources for other psychological health concerns, explore our “Seek Help, Find Care” page.





Know the Facts Booklet



Know the Facts

The Real Warriors Campaign’s “Know the Facts” booklet helps service members and veterans who are coping with invisible wounds stay mission ready. This booklet includes a psychological health quiz, information about seeking care and a checklist for warning signs of psychological health concerns. Order or download the booklet through our online shopping cart for your Suicide Prevention Awareness Month events.




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Suicide Awareness Voices of Education

Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE) increases public awareness and understanding about psychological health concerns by providing educational tools, professional training, community grief support and online resources. During Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, learn about SAVE training and resources.




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