The Department of Veterans Affairs offers a host of materials to help community partners, including health care organizations, prevent suicide among veterans. The resources include a Coaching into Care website and national telephone service; community provider toolkit; safe messaging practices; and family suicide prevention guides, among others. To access these and other suicide prevention tools and information, visit https://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/suicide_prevention/resources.asp

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