OUR BRAVEST AMERICANS NEED GREATER CONNECTIVITY TO EACH OTHER AND TO THE RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR SUICIDE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION.
Frank Larkin, former Navy SEAL, 40th US Senate Sergeant at Arms and father of a Navy SEAL son who died by suicide.
Warrior Call is a national initiative fostering connectivity among active-duty service members and veterans in an attempt to identify those who are isolating themselves. By making a call, taking a call and engaging in honest dialogue, we hope to connect those individuals in need to available resources and services.
Many of those who are suffering are not seeking help or treatment, thus reinforcing the need for a call to these warriors from a former battle buddy, friend or family member.
Whether you are a veteran, active-duty service member, family member or friend, you can make a difference by connecting with someone who is wearing or who has worn the uniform. Connectivity can facilitate honest dialogue, create a desire to stay in contact and help define a viable path forward.
Here’s what to do: