What’s being done to prevent Veteran Suicide

The latest report by the Department of Veterans Affairs from July 2016 finds that 20 veterans committed suicide each day in 2014. In 2010, the Department of Veterans Affairs estimated the veteran suicide rate to be 22 veterans per day, based on three million medical records from 20 states. The 2016 findings were based […]

via What’s Being Done to Prevent Veteran Suicide? — Spotlight

2 thoughts on “What’s being done to prevent Veteran Suicide”

  1. First of all, thanks for your service and for what you do to continue to serve this nation through your site. Secondly, thank you for sharing this post about Evita’s mission to help prevent veteran suicide.
    May the Lord bless you and yours!
    Beckie from Spotlight

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    1. Great article Beckie. I’ll be speaking to some groups in the near future and I’ll be directing them to your post. Working one person at a time will eventually add up, at least the process has started. Thank you, be well and God Bless.
      John

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