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NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE

If you are in a crisis and need someone to talk to right away, or you are concerned about someone else, call

1-800-273-8255

Or send a text message to 838255

You can also chat online through suicidepreventionlifeline.org or
www.veteranscrisisline.net


22KILL is not a crisis intervention resource, and we strongly suggest that in the event of an emergency, you should always call EMS or the police. If you ever find yourself in this position, here are a few suggestions that may help facilitate clear communications:

In the event of an emergency:

  1. Call 911 (EMS/police) and if possible, request an on-duty veteran be sent to speak with the person in need
    • They’ll need critical information from you: address of where the individual is, vehicle type and color (license plate number is helpful if you have it), and/or their last known location
  2. Contact the person’s family if you have this information*
  3. For veterans and first responders, contact their unit or command if you have this information*

*if you do not have this information – DO NOT take it upon yourself to insert yourself into the situation, please let trained authorities handle it

In the event of a non-emergency:

Have the person or a family member call 22KILL for resources at 214-462-7229 or email info@22kill.com

Important notes about using social media:

If you are seeking resources or are reaching out on the behalf of a veteran, it’s always best to designate ONE POINT OF CONTACT to take the lead in these communications.

Also, please do not excessively share “missing” or “in-need” posts outside of the individual’s region – unfortunately this is how information gets miscommunicated and often leads to headaches and frustration for the veteran and/or their families.

Email info@22kill.com if you’re unsure of how to handle a non-emergency situation.

 


YOU ARE NEVER ALONE

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU

One Tribe, One Fight

Stay The Course provides low to no-cost, in-house counseling with licensed mental health professionals for veterans, first reponders, and their families. Appointments, while often helpful, are not required. Call or visit one of our offices in Dallas or Fort Worth if you need someone to talk to.

Click here for more info on the STC program

Dallas Office

(214) 462-7229

13625 Neutron Rd.
Dallas, TX 75244

Fort Worth Office

(682) 990–6242

855 Texas St. Suite 105
Fort Worth, TX 76102