REACH is a national public health campaign presented by the President's Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End a National Tragedy of Suicide (PREVENTS) task force. Please take a look at this wonderful article to learn more about what U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Robert L. Wilkie, has to say about REACH.
i have responded in kind before: the phone number for The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, is as follows: [login to see] . Press the number One (1); for Active Duty troops; and, for Veterans. @ Chris Meek
I don't see much significance in that other than promote veterans to reach out when needed. What does, "The program centers on protective factors and also knowing the risk factors involved in suicide" mean?