Veteran / Military Resources

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Find out how to access Veteran suicide prevention support from VA, including our 24/7 Veterans Crisis Line. If you're a Veteran in a mental health crisis and you're thinking about hurting yourself—or you know a Veteran who's considering this—act now. You're not alone, and you can get help.

Military suicide prevention and veteran suicide prevention are a top priority of leaders at the Defense Department and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Immediate suicide prevention help is available through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255). Service members and veterans should choose option 1. Additionally, each service branch offers resources for service members and their families that can be found on this page.

As isolation continues, experts say it could contribute to more deaths by suicide, and fear of continued isolation can send Veterans with PTSD spiraling. Endeavors is working to change that.

Veteran suicide takes a toll on the veteran and the entire family. Veterans Outreach Center joins with the VA and our community partners to support all veterans - because one life lost is one life too many. is an online resource designed to connect veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives.

Stop Soldier Suicide’s mission is to drastically reduce the military suicide rate by serving veterans struggling with PTSD, homelessness, unemployment, chronic pain and more.


Get In Touch

  • P.O. Box 62217
    Harrisburg, PA 17106

  • (717) 585-0611

  • info@

Who We Are

Suicide Prevention Alliance is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps people who are in need of preventative suicide assistance

Suicide Prevention Alliance is a resource organization ONLY. We are NOT a hotline or counseling service/center. However, if you are in a crisis and need immediate help, please contact the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline and call 988 or chatline at You can also reach out to the Crisis Text Line and text 741-741 or contact 911.