- Military Crisis Line +1(800) 273-TALK (8255) (option 1) or live chat
The Military Crisis Line and its website offer proactive or crisis-level resources for active U.S. military personnel and veterans – such as local suicide prevention coordinators at VA Medical Centers, crisis centers, outpatient clinics, and Veterans Benefits Administration Offices; as well as Vet Center readjustment counseling and outreach. Many other resources are available on its website.
- Military One Source 24/7 Support +1(800) 342-9647
- Europe - 00-800-1273-8255
- Korea - 00-808-555-118
HelpGuide.org is a non-profit website that highlights health issues. Its suicide prevention section is a comprehensive guide for effectively recognizing, preventing, and treating suicidal behavior. Reading it and becoming alert to the signs could save a life.
- Real Warriors Campaign
- IMCOM and Family & MWR
The U.S. Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM) website offers information about Family & MWR programs, which provide many ways to deal with stress, enhance resiliency, and improve wellness.
Standing Shoulder to Shoulder: Finding Strength and Hope Together
If you or someone you love is thinking about suicide, don’t wait – get help now. The Veterans Crisis Line is available by phone at +1(800)273-8255 (press 1 to talk to someone now) or through chat online.
If you are feeling distressed or hopeless, thinking about death or wanting to die, or concerned about someone who may be suicidal, know you’re not alone. Help is available now.
Here are some other important resources:
For OCONUS locations, call
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury come together for a military-sponsored website with suicide prevention videos to help you prepare to speak to a friend or colleague, as well as many more resources.
I*No official U.S. Army or Department of Defense endorsement implied by use of external links.