• Walter Carmickle

Plans for vets suicide prevention training, new three-digit emergency mental health crisis line sign

American flags stand outside of a 177th Fighter Wing building in Egg Harbor Township, N.J., Sept. 1, 2020. The 660 flags represent the approximate amount of veterans who die by suicide each month in the United States. (Airman 1st Class Hunter Hires/Air National Guard)

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Veteran Crisis Hotline

Are you suffering from mental health issues?

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You will be connected with a mental health professional or with available services in your area.

You can also send a text to 838-255 to receive resources or chat with someone who can provide you with the help you need.

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