From Politico Magazine: Having struggled with depression and suicidal thoughts himself, Major General Dana Pittard developed a unique approach to suicide prevention in the military: expanding mental health resources for everyone, and treating suicidal ideation as a crisis that can happen to anyone. However, the Army had other ideas, and continues to focus on interventions targeted to individuals specifically categorized as high-risk.
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