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Navy Rethinking Suicide Prevention as Rates Across Military Rise

Craig BryanThe Navy is rethinking how it addresses suicides after two years of rising rates in the service. While there’s wide recognition among the senior leadership of the problem, quick fixes don’t exist and resources are stretched thin. Craig Bryan, the executive director of the National Center for Veteran Studies, told USNI News “Suicide is best understood if we look at it from a decision paradigm and less than a mental health paradigm.” 

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Last Updated: 6/20/19