A Call for Action

As a society, we owe our veterans a debt of gratitude for their selfless service to our country. They have risked their lives to protect our freedom and defend our values. However, the reality is that many of our veterans struggle with mental health issues and face a high risk of suicide. According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), an average of 22 veterans die by suicide every day. This is a heartbreaking statistic that demands our attention and action.

Many factors contribute to the high rate of veteran suicide, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. Many veterans also struggle with the challenges of transitioning back to civilian life, including finding employment, housing, and social support. Unfortunately, the VA has been criticized for its inadequate mental health care services, long wait times, and limited resources.

What can we do to address this crisis and support our veterans?

Here are some possible solutions:

  1. Increase funding and resources for mental health care services specifically for veterans. The VA needs to prioritize mental health care and ensure that veterans have access to timely and effective treatment.
  2. Raise awareness and reduce stigma surrounding mental health issues. Many veterans may be reluctant to seek help due to feelings of shame or fear of being judged. We need to create a culture of understanding and support for veterans with mental health issues.
  3. Improve the transition process from military to civilian life. This includes providing education and training programs, job placement services, and social support networks.
  4. Enhance research efforts to better understand the causes of veteran suicide and develop effective prevention strategies.
  5. Encourage community involvement and support for veterans. Local organizations and individuals can play a vital role in providing resources, services, and support to veterans in their communities.


Veteran suicide is a tragic and urgent problem that requires our immediate attention and action. We owe it to our veterans to provide them with the care, support, and resources they need to overcome their mental health challenges and thrive in civilian life. Let us honor their sacrifice by standing up for their well-being and working towards a future where no veteran feels alone or unsupported. If you or someone you know needs the help of a biohazard, after-death cleaning company, please reach out to Valor for all suicide, unattended death, decomposing body, or crime scene cleaning. Our trained and compassionate team is on hand 24/7/365 to assist you. Please call 855-476-4911 for a free consultation regarding our services.