For more information on this program
and to see if you qualify, please call:
If you are a Veteran or know a Veteran experiencing a crisis, there is 24/7, confidential support. You don’t have to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care to connect. If you need immediate assistance for a medical emergency, please dial 911.
While most of our programs work with homeless individuals, families, and Veterans, we are a proud recipient of the Staff Sergeant Parker Gordon Fox Suicide Prevention Grant (SSG Fox SPGP) that supports suicide prevention efforts for Veterans and active duty military and their families.
SSG Fox SPGP provides community-based suicide prevention efforts to meet the needs of Veterans and their families through outreach services. This grant aims to
provide services to eligible individuals by reducing suicide risk factors, and improving mental health status, and wellbeing.
- Baseline mental health screening (Participants over 18)
- Education on suicide risk/prevention to families and communities
- Case management services
- Community-assisted support services
- Veteran/military status verification
*homelessness not a requirement for services
- Does not need intensive case management
- Has increased risk of suicidal ideations and/or behaviors
- Health Risk Factors: mental health challenges, substance abuse, chronic health conditions or pain, and traumatic brain injury
- Environmental Risk Factors: prolonged stress, stressful life events, homelessness, etc.
- Historical Risk Factors: previous suicide attempts or family history, abuse, trauma, etc.
About Staff Sergeant Parker Gordon Fox
SSG Fox SPGP honors Veteran Parker Gordon Fox, who joined the Army in 2014 and was a sniper instructor at the U.S. Army Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia. Known for a life of generosity and kindness to others in need, Fox died by suicide on July 21, 2020, at the age of 25.
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