Suicide Prevention and Intervention - Take Action. Intervene. Advocate. Empower.
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One Soldier or Civilian lost is one too many. You are not alone. There is support.

Commanders, leaders, Soldiers, Army civilians at all levels and their Families share the responsibility for preventing suicides within the ATEC community. Through leadership, education and respect for each other, we can reduce and/or eliminate the stigma associated with seeking help for suicidal ideations and actions.

Everyone can help prevent suicide. Know how to recognize common risk factors including chronic pain; feelings of guilt, anger, or shame; exposure to trauma; a sense of hopelessness; relationship problems; and posttraumatic stress disorder. If you are experiencing any of these behaviors or notice them in friends and family who have served in the military, encourage them to seek help right away.


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