Together, we can face the fight against veteran suicide.
Facing the Facts
The veteran suicide rate is 57% higher than the national average.
With our collective help, they won’t face this fight alone.
Over 120,000 veterans have died by suicide since 2001.
We seek to create a network of support for veterans to thrive.
Over half of those who die by suicide do not have a known mental illness.
We are fighting to reach more veterans every single day.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among post 9/11 veterans.
We are combating this by building a community of hope.
Suicide rates for male veterans between 18-34 years old nearly doubled since 2006.
We are building support systems to drastically reduce this number.
The veteran suicide rate is currently 1.5 times the rate of the general population.
We are here to help them face the fight together.
Committed to Veterans
Founded by USAA, Face the Fight is a coalition of corporations, foundations, nonprofit and veteran-focused organizations joined together to raise awareness and support for veteran suicide prevention. Our mission is to break the stigmas surrounding suicide in order to open conversation and support around the topic. Facing the reality of veteran suicide is a struggle. But when people face this fight together there is hope.
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Are you or is someone you know at risk? These resources can help all of us face the fight against veteran suicide.
Get Help in Crisis
If you need help, call the Suicide & Crisis Hotline at 988 then press 1 for 24/7 confidential crisis support for veterans and their loved ones.
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The Coalition Committed to the Fight
Face the Fight is a coalition of corporations, foundations, non-profit and veteran-focused organizations joined together to raise awareness and support for veteran suicide prevention.Join the Coalition