Veteran Outreach and Suicide Prevention Program on September 26

An average of 21 U.S. Veterans are lost to suicide EACH DAY.

How can you guide a struggling Veteran who won't ask for help? Is understanding the "first steps" to getting support the barrier preventing you from picking up the phone?
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Lancaster County is hosting an educational presentation by the Lancaster/Lebanon staff from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.


Come learn:

  • -An overview of the services offered at the Lancaster & Lebanon Veteran Centers.

    -The option of Mental Health America's free guidance & support available to help navigate you (or a family member) through the mental health system locally.

  • -How to access local support services, as well as crisis intervention teams, who work within in our county.

    September 26, 2019
    12-1 p.m.

    Lancaster VET Center
    1817 Olde Homestead Lane, Suite 207
    Lancaster, PA 17601

    Presentation by the Veteran Outreach and Suicide Prevention service specialists, Robert D. Anderson and John, J. Lucas.

    Bring a lunch, colleague, friend or family member. All ages welcome. Free Drop In Meeting.