This candid report is the result of a focused 15-month effort to better understand the increasing rate of suicides in U.S. Army. Key findings include: gaps in the current policies, processes and programs necessary to mitigate high risk behaviors; an erosion of adherence to existing Army policies and standards; an increase in indicators of high risk behavior including illicit drug use, other crimes and suicide attempts; lapses in surveillance and detection of high risk behavior; an increased use of prescription anti-depressants, amphetamines and narcotics; degraded accountability of disciplinary, admin. and reporting processes; and the continued high rate of suicides, high risk related deaths and other adverse outcomes. Charts and tables.ANNEX G Table 29 a HP/RR/SP Related Programs Identified by the Initial Program Assessment ANNEX G ... 608-1, Army Community Service Center ACS Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) AR 608-75, Exceptional Family Memberanbsp;...
|Title||:||Army Health Promotion Risk Reduction Suicide Prevention Report 2010|
|Author||:||Peter W. Chiarelli|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2010-11|