The JBLM Suicide Prevention Program focuses on prevention education.

If you are in crisis, please reach out to the Crisis Text Line, Suicide Prevention LifeLine, or dial 911 for emergency assistance

REACH - Resources Exist, Asking Can Help

REACH is a proactive mindset. REACH aims to change the culture of help-seeking in the military by placing the focus on the individual and their own need to engage in self care and not suffer in silence. Seek help early before problems escalate. Available to all Service members, Family Members, and DA Civilians.

The optimal group size is 10 participants (min. 5 / max. 15). Participants should be grouped by rank to promote open sharing. Click the image to download the full flyer, or contact us directly to schedule a small group facilitation session.


Ask, Care, Escort - Suicide Intervention (T4T) Training


Training Available to E-6 and above.
Learn the skills to intervene in a suicide situation. Content of the training includes communication skills, risk and protective factors, stigma, warning signs, intervention skills, and the ACE method of suicide prevention.

To register, use the contact information provided on the flyer below.



Leader Resources

For resources created to assist Unit Commanders in implementing their Suicide Prevention Program, visit:
Army Suicide Prevention Program: Leader Resources

September is National Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month

Click here to learn more

National Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month is an annual campaign in the United States to inform and engage the general public about suicide prevention and warning signs of suicide.

Learn more: External Link Snippet Suicide Prevention Awareness Month | NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness

Do not forget: ACE= ASK, CARE, ESCORT

⇒ “Are you okay?”
⇒ “Is there something you would like to talk about?”