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Our awareness of the challenges our sailors face and the respective countermeasures cannot be applied just during Suicide Prevention Month in September, but every month. - Our awareness of the challenges our sailors face and the respective countermeasures cannot be applied just during Suicide Prevention Month in September, but every month.

Suicide Prevention is an “All Hands on Deck” Evolution

Suicide Prevention is an “All Hands on Deck” Evolution

Between 2017 and 2023, the Navy lost 452 active component sailors and 62 reserve component sailors to suicide. While our suicide rate is below the comparable civilian rate, we must and can do better. The Navy’s efforts must be robust, designed and implemented effectively to help Sailors across the spectrum of care in order to reduce stress, to feel more connected, and to be better supported including their families.

 


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