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Veteran Suicide Prevention Program

Reveille Bridge Veterans Foundation provides the most unique Veteran suicide prevention program in the country. We realize that 66% of all suicides occur between midnight and 6am. Other organizations operating 9-5 M-F or as weekend warriors leave a significant hole in support. Granted, ERs, 911 services, and suicide crisis lines cover this hole. Yet, Veterans and First Responders need another option. Therefore, Reveille Bridge brings a new solution to the problem.

Entertainment Events

Our entertainment events help build camaraderie between Veterans participating in our program. The entertainment events Reveille Bridge provides include bands, karaoke, DJs, comedians, and thespians. If that’s not your thing, you may enjoy a game or two of pool, cards, or a board game. Our goal is to help you find brothers and sisters you didn’t know you have.

Support Groups

Our support groups include, but not limited to, PTSD, MST, alcoholics, and narcotics.

Outdoor Activities

Come enjoy the outdoors fishing, hiking, hunting, or just sightseeing. Whichever you choose, we know you’ll enjoy getting away from the hustle and bustle of everyday stresses.

I am so thankful to be able to be with my kind for the fishing trip. Not just because of the trip, but the camaraderie I felt between the other Veterans. Also, because it was at such a good timing with of all the stress I experienced days before and the challenges I faced in days after.

W. Hopkins

Veteran Suicide Crisis Line

Reveille Bridge’s Veteran Suicide Crisis Line provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. When you call our Veteran suicide crisis line, you are guaranteed to speak with a Veteran. Call 1-405-362-0504 when you need to talk.

Other Services

The leadership of Reveille Bridge understands that mental health issues represent only a portion of the issues Veterans and First Responders face. Homelessness and employment add to the complications faced by our HEROES. Therefore, we have developed programs designed to help our Veterans and First Responders overcome the stresses of life and get back on track. Learn more about these programs on the following pages.

Homeless-to-Home Program

Education and Retraining