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2015 VA/DoD Suicide Prevention Conference

One Connection, One Conversation, One Small Act-It Matters

Date / Time: January, 27-29, 2015
Location: National Conferencing, Inc. (NCI) - Hilton Anatole
                 2201 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX 75207   google map icon
Modality: Face to Face Conference
Audience: The primary target audience for this conference is caregivers, clinicians(e.g., psychologists, social workers, physicians, nurses, counsellors), researchers, suicide prevention and postvention specialists and military operational leaders. Service members, Veterans, and their families with interest and involvement in suicide prevention may also benefit.

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The Defense Suicide Prevention Office is partnering with STAR Behavioral Health Providers Program to offer a number of training opportunities in several cities throughout 2015. Please click here to download a PDF of cities and dates or visit http://www.starproviders.org/ and click on the appropriate state and then click on the "Are You A Provider" button for updated information and registration.

 

Who We Are

Established in November 2011, the Defense Suicide Prevention Office (DSPO) is part of the Department of Defense’s Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness.

DSPO oversees all strategic development, implementation, centralization, standardization, communication and evaluation of DoD suicide and risk reduction programs, policies and surveillance activities. To reduce the impact of suicide on Service members and their families, DSPO uses a range of approaches related to policy, research, communications, law and behavioral health. DSPO works with the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and National Guard Bureau to support our Service members and strengthen a resilient and ready force. DSPO strives to help foster a climate that encourages Service members to seek help for their behavioral health issues.

MISSION

Serve as the DoD oversight authority for the strategic development, implementation, centralization, standardization, communication, and evaluation of DoD suicide and risk reduction programs, policies, and surveillance activities to reduce the impact of suicide on Service members and their families.

VISION

Enable total force fitness through suicide prevention and resilience programs and policies to ensure Service members and their families overcome risk factors and are mission ready from entry on duty to retirement or separation.

 

 

Disclaimer:The Defense Suicide Prevention Office is a policy office and does not provide crisis services.
If in crisis, click on the "Military Crisis Line" logo above for immediate assistance.

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