Join the GIVE HOPE CAMPAIGN and help provide free, confidential, suicide-specific care to our military community.

At Stop Soldier Suicide, we walk with our nation’s veterans and service members through some of life’s most difficult moments — delivering free, comprehensive mental health and wellness support tailored to the unique experiences and trauma that come from military life.

As we embrace the spirit of giving this holiday season, let's provide support to at-risk veterans and service members, ensuring that their New Year is filled with a renewed sense of hope for the year ahead.

Please help us reach our goal of raising $100,000 by December 31 so we can continue providing mental health and wellness care to our nation's heroes through the holiday season and beyond.

Every hero needs a hero.
Today, that hero is you.

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Help us reach our $100,000 campaign goal and provide 1,500 hours of care to 200 clients.
More hope. More healing. More lives saved.

If you'd like to make an impact 365 days a year, become a member of The Battalion, our monthly giving community.

Battalion members help sustain our 24/7 response coverage and suicide-specific clinical care that's proven to save lives in the military community.

Choose Amount To Give Monthly

Your monthly contribution of $ provides a struggling service member or veteran with hours of personalized care and support - at no cost to them - each year.

Your contribution of $ will provide a struggling service member or veteran with hour(s) of personalized care and support, at no cost to them.

Your contribution helps provide a struggling service member or veteran with personalized care and support, at no cost to them.

Founded in 2010 by Army veterans Brian Kinsella, Nick Black, and Craig Gridelli, we’re the only national nonprofit focused solely on reducing the military suicide rate.

We provide personalized, confidential, suicide-specific care and resources via telehealth to veterans and service members of all branches, regardless of age or discharge status, at absolutely no cost to them.