Service Members and Suicide Campaign
CrisisLink is committed to educating and providing services to both active duty service members and our nations veterans. With one active duty service member and eighteen veterans dying by suicide each day, we must all work together to end this national tragedy. CrisisLink recently held a Fall Forum entitled Service Members and Suicide: Pursuit of Life, Liberty and Happiness. View our military campaign brochure by clicking on the following link: Crisis Link Military Impact Brochure. If you would like us to come and speak to your group please contact us at email@example.com.
View Fall Forum presentations:
Department of Veterans Affairs Presentation
Virginia Wounded Warriors Program-Northern Region Presentation
CrisisLink offers customized training seminars and workshops designed to address critical issues facing a variety of educational institutions, human service organizations, governments, and businesses
- Suicide Risk Assessment, Prevention, and Intervention
- Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
- Suicide Alertness For Everyone (Safe Talk)
- Active Listening and Communication Skills
- Stress Management
- Phone Crisis Management
- Working Through Grief and Loss
- Dealing with the Angry Caller
We are recognized experts in crisis management and are frequently consulted by local and regional organizations that wish to improve their functioning and/or profitability.
If you would like to discuss a training program specifically geared to your needs, please contact us by e-mail or by phone at 703-516-6768.
A common denominator in the teen calls that our Hotline receives is the statement “no one ever listens to me.” Our young callers are often experiencing overwhelming personal, peer, and school pressures.
Our job is to ensure that teens have a place to which they can turn when life gets heavy.
You Talk. We Listen. guarantees a listening ear, 24-hours a day, to teens who want someone to talk to who will listen without judgment. Since the Program’s inception in 1999, CrisisLink has experienced a steady increase in calls from teens.