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The Awful Epidemic

Posted By: wbhazel1 on September 10, 2011 at 4:27 am

Here is extensive coverage from The Stars and Stripes Military News concerning the awful epidemic which appears to not be getting any better.

I think the solution is clear: MORE mental health services both contracted, enlisted, commissioned and civilian to stem the tide of crimson.

This should be in my humble opinion be priority one!

If you need to chat confidentially and for free my contact info is all over this website.

http://www.stripes.com/news/special-reports/suicide-in-the-military

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Hobbled by PTSD and alcoholism, Pvt. Jacob Andrews spiraled deeper into trouble.  Instead of helping him, the Army cut him loose.

After enduring abusive treatment at the hands of his superiors in Iraq, Spc. Brushaun Anderson killed himself. His superiors got a slap on the wrist.

Army reports record suicide numbers for July

As many as 32 soldiers killed themselves in July, the Army reported Friday, a figure that, if confirmed, would be the highest total since the Army began releasing the figures in 2009. The Army suffered 31 suicides in June 2010.

Soldiers and suicide: Widow says despite pleas, help never came

Suicide prevention has been a major focus since 2008, when the number of soldier suicides doubled from four years earlier. The Army is spending millions of dollars to study suicides and millions more treating soldiers who might be at risk.

  • White House to send condolence letters after military suicides
  • Suicide: For some South Florida veterans, it’s the biggest threat
  • Court orders VA to overhaul mental health care system
  • Mental combat wounds claim more veterans’ lives
  • Marine’s suicide renews focus on military families
  • Searching for answers after a soldier’s suicide
  • Boston conference focuses on military suicides
  • Suicides by Marines continue to decline
  • Marine suicide tied to hazing in Afghanistan
  • New Hampshire Guard puts emphasis on suicide prevention
  • After eight deployments, Army Ranger takes own life
  • Friends, family coping with a hero’s suicide
  • Marine survives battleground but loses a war with another enemy
  • ‘Re-Entry’ battles invisible wounds, one performance at a time
  • Sen. Murray wants states to track vet suicides
  • Celebrities get behind military suicide prevention PSA
  • War, wives and a near suicide
  • Where to get help

     

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