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Ready and Resilient

Suicide Prevention is an integral component of the
Army's Ready and Resilient Campaign (R2C)

"Actual vignettes from Soldiers, DA Civilians, and Family members."

Shoulder to Shoulder: Finding Strength and Hope Together features individuals who have experienced the loss of loved ones to suicide and commentary from subject matter experts (SME) on resilience and suicide prevention.  Family, friends, and battle buddies who have experienced the loss of someone by suicide are also featured, as well as subject matter experts such as Chaplains, Military Family Life Consultants, child and youth program managers, employee assistance program managers, and behavioral health professionals.

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To order click here (PIN: 712155)

Home Front is an interactive, Suicide Prevention training video, designed to address risk assessment, awareness and resilience building in the Army Family.  It features six vignettes with characters representing members of the Active Army, Reserve Component (ARNG/USAR), DA Civilians, and Family members.  It is intended to be utilized through a guided-discussion platform with a facilitator and in small to middle-sized groups.

To order click here (PIN: 712098)

Mission

As an integral component of Army’s Ready and Resilient Campaign (R2C), ASPP improves readiness of the Army through the development and enhancement of Army Suicide Prevention Program policies, training, data collection and analysis, and strategic communications designed to minimize suicide behavior; thereby preserving mission effectiveness through individual readiness and resilience for Soldiers, Army Civilians and Family members.
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For Immediate Concerns

The Army Suicide Prevention Office is not a crisis center and does not provide counseling services. If you are feeling distressed or hopeless, thinking about death or wanting to die, or, if you are concerned about someone who may be suicidal, please contact Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

What's New

  • 2020 Army Strategy for Suicide Prevention, 1 Oct 2012
  • Mobile Apps that help you relax...learn more
  • Army Suicide Awareness Guide for Leaders - Now Available in eGuide
  • Crisis Intervention and Other Resources


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