Suicide Prevention


Suicide can be prevented. Admitting a need for help is a sign of courage. If you need help, please talk with someone in your chain of command, Chaplain, a Behavioral Healthcare Professional or one of the resources listed below. If you know someone who needs help, please refer them to the resources mentioned here. If needed escort them to the nearest medical treatment facility for treatment. In an extreme emergency, please contact 911 for assistance.

Crisis Intervention and Other Resources

  • Emergency - 911
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 800-273-TALK (8255) – Press 1 for the Military Crisis Line (Text to 838255)
  • Military One Source - 800-342-9647
  • The Defense Center of Excellence (DCoE) - 866-966-1020
  • Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline - 800-984-8523
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The Griffon Spring 2018

Vol. 41.4 | Winter 2018

The Griffon
The Griffon is written and published quarterly in the interest of the 108th National Training Command.


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