The Army strives to provide resources that meet every Army Family member's individual needs as they work to stay resilient. In support of the Stand Down numerous services and resources are available to promote a healthy force, reduce risk and prevent suicide.

American Association of Suicidology (AAS)

Army OneSource (AOS)

Army Strong Community Centers

Army Substance Abuse Program

LivingWorks Education

Military Crisis Line

The Military Crisis Line offers confidential support to Service Members in crisis or know a Service member who is. The service is staffed by caring, qualified responders from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) - many who have served in the Military themselves.

They understand what Service members have been through and the challenges members of the Military and their loved ones face.

Military One Source (MOS)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Office of the Chief of Chaplains (OCCH)

Office of the Judge Advocate General (OTJAG)


Adverse legal actions can have a sudden and significant effect in the life of a Soldier, such as loss of money, benefits, privileges, employment, and liberty. As a result, Soldiers facing adverse legal actions may show signs of depression, hopelessness, or suicidal ideations because of their adverse legal actions. A trial defense lawyer can discuss and assist Soldiers with their adverse legal action.

Office of the Provost Marshal General (OPMG)

Office of the Surgeon General (OTSG) – Behavioral Health Providers

Real Warriors Campaign

Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC)

Terrain Walk

The intent of the "terrain walk" for suicide prevention is to link leaders and their Soldiers with posts, camps, and stations activities and agencies that support Health Promotion, Risk Reduction, Suicide Prevention and Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) resources and services to our Army Family (e.g. ASPP, ASAP, Behavioral Health, Soldier Centers, Family Life Chaplain, Command Chaplain, Military and Family Life Consultants, ACS, CSF2 Centers, Employee Assistance Program, etc). The "terrain walk" should not be taken lightly or done on the cheap. This is the Commander's tool to place his/her leaders, and Soldiers and Civilians on the battlefield against suicide, to reinforce shared experience and build unit spirit.

Transition Assistance Program

Transition Assistance Online

Veteran's Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line is being promoted throughout the Army as the primary crisis line. It connects those in crisis with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders, many of whom are Veterans themselves, for assistance with issues such as chronic pain, anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, suicide, and more. Services are available at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), Press 1, or chat online at http://www.VeteransCrisisLine.net for free, confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.


Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program

The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program is a DoD-wide effort to promote the well-being of National Guard and Reserve members, their families and communities, by connecting them with resources throughout the deployment cycle. Through Yellow Ribbon events, service members and loved ones connect with local resources (i.e., health care, education/training opportunities, financial, and legal benefits) available before, during, and after deployments. Additional information can be obtained at: http://www.yellowribbon.mil/.