In-depth training for licensed mental health professionals who work with service members and veterans to use the crisis response plan, a scientifically-supported method for suicide prevention among military personnel.
The Suicide and Trauma Reduction Initiative for VEterans (STRIVE) project is a three-year treatment and training effort coordinated by the University of Utah’s National Center for Veterans Studies in partnership with the American Association of Suicidology and CBS Community Partnerships. STRIVE is made possible by a generous gift to the National Center for Veterans Studies from the Boeing Company.Read More
Improving Treatments for Military Personnel and Veterans
The National Center for Veterans Studies strives to improve the quality and accessibility of effective psychological (non-medication) treatments for military personnel, veterans, first responders, and family members.
Reduced Suicide Attempts
Up to 76% reduction in suicide attempts among military personnel who receive treatments developed by the NCVS
Recovered From PTSD
Over 70% of service members and veterans receiving services from the NCVS no longer have PTSD after completing treatment
Typical length of treatment:
1 week, to 3 months.
NCVS TRAINING INSTITUTE
NCVS Training Institute provides training workshops to increase the access of evidenced-based treatments within the community.
CURRENT TRAINING WORKSHOPS
Hours of Operation have changed due to COVID-19 Restrictions.
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