As part of our key priority to Develop and Care for Airmen and Their Families, we are dedicated to the well-being of our Airmen and their overall physical and psychological health. The tragedy of suicide has the potential to strike across our Air Force and is not limited to Airmen who have deployed or will deploy, nor is it bound by rank, gender, ethnicity, or geography.” — Gen. William M. Fraser III about Air Force suicide programs July 29, 2009 before the U.S. House of Representative Committee on Armed Services Subcommittee on Military Personnel.


Suicide can effect at least six people who are the survivors of one’s suicide leaving them distraught, depressed, and can leave the survivor developing PTSD. There’s been research that has been conducted throughout…

Rising Numbers

Suicide is a rising epidemic in the United States. The statistics grow larger each year and leave many Americans wondering why people would take their own lives? From bullying in…

SP Stats

Every sixteen minutes one person decides to take their life. That’s 90 people a day who decide that their life isn’t worth living. The battle against suicide and suicidal thoughts is a …


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