CARE for your Wingman by calmly listening and
expressing concern. Don’t be judgmental or
secrecy. If your Wingman is having
suicide, you need to act. Remove
could use to hurt themselves
The final step is to ESCORT your Wingman
to the nearest emergency room,
Mental Health Clinic,
chaplain, or primary care
clinic, and contact the
supervisor or chain of
command. If a distressed
Airman refuses help
or you're not sure what to do,
supervisor or 911 for help. Never leave
Airman who is having thoughts of suicide alone,
even to go to the bathroom.
The MTF Locater is a convenient tool that you can use to locate the Military Treatment Facility nearest to you by searching on a map, by zip code, or geographic region.
What do you need to know to effectively raise awareness about suicide prevention?
If you or someone you know
exhibits any of the signs of emotional distress below, call your Director of Psychological Health today:
Military Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
Sexual Assault Response:
DoD Safe Help Line
If you or a servicemen you know needs additional help, use this confidential, toll-free crisis line to reach caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders.
The Veterans Crisis Line can also be reached by text at 838255, or through online chat.
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ANG Suicide Prevention Program NGB/SGOV
2nd Lt. Kate Morsch
Master. Sgt. Clairmont Barnes