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A: Ask I: Intervene D: Don’t keep it a secret L: Locate help I: Inform the Chain of Command F: Find someone SHOULDER TO SHOULDER- FINDING STRENGTH AND HOPE TOGETHER In the U.S., Suicide ranks among the top ten causes of death across all ages. For 10 years, suicide has been either the second or third leading cause of death among active-duty service members. E: Expedite

Common Warning sighs
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Giving away possessions Relationship difficulties Impulsive anger Legal or financial trouble Isolation or withdrawal Performance difficulties

Be a First Responder
Are duty is to be the first responders a first responder is a person who recognizes the threat or risk of suicide and responds. A first responder could be anyone- a supervisor, Officer on duty

HELP RESOURCES
Command Leadership Military & Family Life Consultant (MFLC) 907-803-3563 ACS -Tere Pouch 907-873-4385 Chaplains –Vanderhoff 907-873-4397

Suicidal behaviors encompass a broad range of acts including.
1. suicidal attempts 2. Gestures 3. Threats and suicidal thoughts.

Family member, Service members Coworker, friend

Or YOU

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