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Last year, more service members, veterans, and first responders died by suicide than by direct line-of-duty action. A recent study shows 80% of these suicides demonstrate a direct correlation to the dissolution of a marriage or intimate partner relationship. While the “20 a day” statistic of death by suicide for veterans has been publicly known for quite some time, the active duty and first responder population also faces suicide as its greatest enemy. Post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, and substance abuse are often related to a failing, failed, or absence of relationship at home. These all lead to higher rates of suicide for this population. Statistics, like the growing suicide rate, fail to capture the people impacted by a life of service. At TACK-F, we are unifying service community families and saving lives.
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