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Arizona Veteran Success Stories

September 2021

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Help Guide Our Future Efforts

Each year in September, the nation comes together to observe Suicide Prevention Month. For those of us who are working toward these goals daily, this month offers an opportunity to raise awareness beyond our daily collaborators, to a wider audience. At the Arizona Coalition for Military Families, we are working harder than ever to bring forward programs and initiatives that …

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Arizona Veteran Success Stories

August 2021 The Be Connected Support Line, 866-4AZ-VETS (866-429-8387) is available for any Arizona service member, Guard and Reserve members, veterans, their families and caregivers. This is a statewide support line offered at no cost that is answered by an Arizona-based team that specializes in providing resources and support for veterans, people in the military and anyone who supports them. …

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Our New Website: ConnectVeterans.org

Every two years, the Arizona Coalition for Military Families issues the Arizona Veteran Survey. The last survey, released in 2019, asks veterans, their families and the community to identify the needs that exist across Arizona. Recognizing that our state is vastly diverse in geography, demographics and infrastructure, the survey is a terrific tool for us to identify ways to make …

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COVID-19 Vaccines are Free, Safe and Effective

According to Johns Hopkins University, we’ve lost more than 609,000 Americans to COVID-19 since the start of this pandemic.

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A Conversation with Dr. Jon Perez

A founding member of the Secure Your Weapon development team discusses how he coined the phrase and shares how the initiative was born. Literally hundreds of millions of dollars and years of effort have gone into veteran suicide prevention, without much positive movement. Clearly something was missing. But what, and how to address it? Two years ago, a couple of …

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Suicide Prevention Starts with Securing Your Weapon

One way that you can play a role in working to reduce suicide in Arizona is by learning contemporary facts from trusted sources and taking simple safety precautions.  Research shows that access to a firearm in the home increases the risk of suicide death by 300%. – Andrew Anglemyer, Ph.D., Tara Horvath, M.A., George Rutherford, M.D. The Annals of Internal Medicine, …

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Arizona’s Ecosystem of Support for Service Members, Veterans and Their Families

At its basic level, the Be Connected Ecosystem of Support offers a holistic approach to ensure that service members, veterans and their families receive the care and support they deserve.

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