Resilience, Risk Reduction & Suicide Prevention (R3SP)
R3SP is the Army’s strategy for strengthening individual and unit
Personal Readiness and fostering a culture of trust. R3SP provides training and
resources to the Army Family to enhance resilience and optimize performance.
R3SP reinforces the Army Values, beliefs and attitudes, and educates members of
the Army team about the importance of building connections with each other,
taking care of one another, and being there to support fellow Soldiers.
September is Suicide Prevention Month
This year's theme is "Connect to Protect — Support is Within Reach."
Join us as the US Army works to increase awareness of the warning signs of those at risk and enhance understanding of the characteristics of suicidal ideation & coping mechanisms. See NCNG Proclamation in the Documents Section below.
Master Resilience Training Course (MRTC)- provides Soldiers with the opportunity to enhance their leadership and effectiveness, and learn how to teach resilience skills to Soldiers, Family Members, and Department of Army Civilians.
ACE (Ask, Care, Escort)- Tier 1 model designed to empower participants to notice the warning signs, calmly control the situation and establish care and respect during an intervention and then escort that individual to professional or 911 resources.
When someone needs help, remember ACE:
THE NCNG IBHS: For consultation on a behavioral health issue with a reserve component Service or Family Member call the NCNG Integrated Behavioral Health System (IBHS) to connect quickly and confidentially with the on-call licensed IBHS Clinician, 24/7/365 at 1-855-322-3848. If you, or the person you are calling about, are in an imminently dangerous suicidal or homicidal situation, call 911 now.
24 HOUR TOLL FREE NUMBER: 1-855-322-3848
Military OneSource: Military OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life 24 hours a day by telephone and online at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve Component members, and their families.Phone: (800) 342-9647www.militaryonesource.mil
Veterans Crisis Hotline:
Phone: 1-800-273 8255 (option 1)
Mr. Thomas S. Chiancone
Suicide Prevention Coordinator (SPC)
Mr. Walter Spencer
State Resilience Coordinator (SRC)
SFC Hannah G. Eckerd