Task Force Recommends OSD-Level Suicide Prevention Policy Office

by U.S. Medicine

November 15, 2010

Do you believe that a suicide prevention office established at the OSD level, as a DoD Task Force has suggested, would improve suicide prevention efforts for the military?
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