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Posted by Armed Forces Mission on Saturday, August 12, 2017
Intervention Saves Lives
Our mission is the eradication of suicide among veterans; the brave individuals that have fought for the freedoms we enjoy every day. Armed Forces Mission is the 2016 Trinity Awards Emergency Responder of the Year for our work in conducting more than 650 successful suicide interventions. We will not rest until all are safe in the communities we serve.
TRAINING BUILDS STRONG COMMUNITY
AFM’s I Will Intervene Challenge features world class curriculum taught by experienced Master Trainers. More than 8,200 individuals across the USA have participated in the Challenge gaining the skills to save lives. We work with First Responders, Faith Groups, Schools, Hospitals, Civic and Corporate organizations to create a network of care for all at risk of suicide. Take the Challenge today or organize a Challenge for your community.
Courageous Communities Build Strong Warriors and Strong Warriors Build Courageous Communities.
We Walk with The Weary and Run with The Strong To Build Positive Relationships Infused with Hope.
The Outcome of Every Relationship We Build is an Overwhelming Sense That Life is Worth Living.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
September 8, 2018
Peachtree City, Georgia
Michael is a US Army Reserve Chaplain
with a six year ZERO Suicide record in a
brigade covering soldiers in 10 states.
In 2015 he was co-facilitator for the
largest training of soldiers in the 99th
Regional Support Command, Ft Dix, NJ.
“Armed Forces Mission is leading the way in the direct intervention of Veterans
in crisis. Lives are being saved and hope is being restored. Follow the leader!”
Brigadier General Peter Madsen
US ARMY, Ret.