One of the Greatest Weapons in the Miltary’s Arsenal was Useless Without the Head space and Timing Gauge. Veterans Can Be Rendered Inoperable if their Headspace and Timing is Not Set Correctly As Well.

Mental Health from a Combat Veteran Perspective

STMSS41 – Kim Donohue – Suicide Prevention at the State and Local Level

STMSS41 – Kim Donohue – Suicide Prevention at the State and Local Level

About Today’s Guests:  Kim Donohue has worked for the Nevada Department fo Veteran Services as the Suicide and Homelessness Prevention Program Manager and Organizational Integrator since January 2018. Kim has been actively participating in the SAMHSA Mayor’s Challenge Teams, which is a suicide prevention initiative that fights against suicide among service members, veterans, and theirRead more about STMSS41 – Kim Donohue – Suicide Prevention at the State and Local Level[…]

STMSS40 – David Bachmann – Peer Support in Suicide Prevention

STMSS40 – David Bachmann – Peer Support in Suicide Prevention

About Today’s Guests:  David Bachmann is a Marine Corps Infantry combat veteran. He served with E Co, 2nd Battalion 7th Marines  from 2001-2005.  After being discharged from the Marine Corps he began to ride and build motorcycles. He currently resides in Texas where he raises cattle and Quarter horses. David is active in an ongoing healingRead more about STMSS40 – David Bachmann – Peer Support in Suicide Prevention[…]

STMSS39 – Dr Jeff Smith and Dr Michael Doidge – Historical Aspects of Military and Veteran Suicide

STMSS39 – Dr Jeff Smith and Dr Michael Doidge – Historical Aspects of Military and Veteran Suicide

About Today’s Guests:  Dr. Jeff Smith: Dr. Smith is an Associate Professor of American History and Chair of the History Department at the University of Hawaii at Hilo.  He has published historical analyses of military mental health, psychology, and suicide in academic journals and commentaries on his research in the New York Times, Time, and Washington Post; and hasRead more about STMSS39 – Dr Jeff Smith and Dr Michael Doidge – Historical Aspects of Military and Veteran Suicide[…]

STMSS38 – Congressman Scott Perry – Legislative and Policy Approach to Suicide Prevention

STMSS38 – Congressman Scott Perry – Legislative and Policy Approach to Suicide Prevention

About Today’s Guest:  Scott Perry was elected as the U.S. Representative of the 4th Congressional District (York, Adams and Cumberland Counties) in 2013. He earned re-election in 2018, and due to congressional redistricting, now serves the 10th Congressional District (Dauphin, Cumberland and York Counties). Congressman Perry presently serves on the House Committees on Transportation &Read more about STMSS38 – Congressman Scott Perry – Legislative and Policy Approach to Suicide Prevention[…]