Veterans Outreach - Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County

Suicide Prevention in Action

Veterans Outreach


Veterans, tragically, die by suicide at a high rate.  The Alliance has an outreach program specifically targeted at this group.  The intent is to help bring awareness and education to veteran serving organizations, as well as helping at-risk individuals establish connections with others in the community by facilitating veteran-to-veteran mentorship.

The Veterans Outreach program is guided by a Leadership Committee which meets quarterly. They provide input on activities and programs that will be most effective in the community.  The Alliance currently offers training for Veteran-serving organizations, helping to prepare them for how to best work with Veterans.  This program also identifies service projects that provide a sense of purpose for Veterans that have not established community connections.

ASP is starting lived experience leadership committee meetings for our highest risk populations including veterans. We value your experience, voice and community connections and we need your help.

Click the flyer below to join a work group.

Contact US

If you would like to be on a leadership team or connect with our outreach coordinator, please reach out by filling out the form below or emailing

The Alliance for Suicide Prevention is not a crisis hotline– if you are in immediate need, call or text 988.

Resources for Veterans

Are you a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one? Call 1-800-273-8255 and press 1, or text 838255

Resources for Men

Man Therapy is an online resource hub created by and for men.

free Training

We work with organizations to provide prevention training.