Quality of Life

 Mental Health

Last Updated: September 21, 2020
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Mental Health

The goal of the Army Suicide Prevention Program (ASSP)External Link is to prevent suicides and lower the chances that a person may harm themselves. As a key piece of the Army's Ready and Resilient Campaign, the ASPP has shared responsibilities between leaders, Soldiers, Family members, and Army Civilians. Although many have the resilience to work through their issues, some may need assistance.

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Suicide Prevention

Seeking help is a brave choice that enables you to keep defending the nation, advance your career, and be there for your family and community.

 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

You don't have to fight your battles alone! The Military Crisis Line is here to help. Call, text, or chat:1-800-273-TALK (8255) and press 1.



You can't always tell if someone is suicidal.  Check on your fellow Soldiers.


It can be helpful to talk to someone about whatever is on your mind: stress, substance abuse, economic worries, mental and physical illness, or loneliness.

Visit the Community Resource Guide to find resources, programs, and services near you!


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Look out for each other in battle and at the bar. When your friend hits their limit, make sure they get home safely.

If you are worried about a fellow Soldier's drinking habits, reach out to the Army Substance Abuse Program.  DSN: 755-1089



Although suicide is a serious public health concern, it is preventable. You can help by keeping an eye out for warriors who may be struggling. Speak up if you are concerned about the psychological wellbeing of a service member or veteran in your life.



You've been trained to identify sources of physical danger for yourself and your fellow warriors. You can also learn to identify psychological health concerns that may be affecting service members in your unit or community.



General Information

National Suicide Prevention LifelineExternal Link