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Preventing Suicide in the U.S. Military: Recommendations from the Suicide Prevention and Response Independent Review Committee
“In this report, the SPRIRC emphasized that effectively preventing and responding to suicide will require a multifactorial approach, as deaths by suicide among service members are complex; thus, simple or singular strategies will not work.”
DSPO Quarterly Connection Newsletter: Winter 2022-2023 Edition
Learn about the programs, training, and resources at the Defense Suicide Prevention Office through the inaugural edition of the Quarterly Connection.
Your Words Matter: Choosing Words that Support
Words hold power and using supportive terms can create connection and encourage individuals to seek support when they need it.
The Defense Suicide Prevention Office does not provide crisis services. If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Veteran/Military Crisis Line for immediate assistance.