America’s Veterans Are Killing Themselves at an Alarming Rate
Please watch this important 3 part series from Michael Gorsenger Local CBS 21 News, WHP on Veteran Suicide.
Everyday, 22 veterans take their own lives. Over a three part series, Local 21 CBS News, WHP Harrisburg examines this growing epidemic.
Since its conception in 2013, York County Veterans Outreach has tried to fill the gap in veteran services. Today, it looks to become a resource hub and vehicle for improving the lives of York County veterans in more strategic ways. Published at Our York Media, May, 2021
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While this article was published November 17, 2017, the information is relevant today. “This is a conversation that needs to be had, and we can’t hide how people are feeling. We want to make it comfortable for people that are hurting to come out, talk about this, and be able to get the help that …
Suicide is second only to drug overdoses Excerpt from the article: “Bruce Bartz of Hellam Township imagines he’ll be holding events like Trent 2020 to honor his son’s life until he can’t anymore.” Published at Our York Media, September, 2020
‘It’s OK if you’re not OK:’ Ruck, 5K, walk to benefit suicide prevention in York County Excerpt from the article: After soldier’s suicide, dad uses his struggle to help others. “It’s OK to bring it to the forefront, and let’s prevent it.” View the Full Story York Daily Record, September 4, 2020