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1. Cultural Considerations
-Brief Overview of Military Culture
2. Suicide Data
-Highlight Veteran Suicide Data
3. VA Operation S.A.V.E. & Means Reduction
-Introduce VA S.A.V.E. Model & Means Reduction
4. Resources –Mental Health Services
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- Schmidt, Peter G., Psy.D., LMHC. Suicide Prevention - Veterans Module. Washington Department of Veterans Affairs.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Bryan, C. J. (2015). Adjusting our aim: Next steps in military and veteran suicide prevention.Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 2(1), 84–85.
Miller, S. N., Monahan, C. J., Phillips, K. M., Agliata, D., & Gironda, R. J. (2020). Mental health utilization among veterans at risk for suicide: Data from a post-deployment clinic.Psychological Services, 17(2), 217–226.
Roush, J. F., O'Brien, K. M., & Ruha, A. L. (2020). Evaluating a recovery-oriented intensive outpatient program for veterans at risk for suicide.Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. Advance online publication.
QUESTION 20 What are nine suicidal risks that are specific to veterans?
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