Suicide Prevention Coordinator - Lebanon VA Medical Center
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Lebanon VA Medical Center


Suicide Prevention Coordinator

Suicide Prevention Coordinator
Lebanon VAMC

The Lebanon VAMC Suicide Prevention Coordinator works with behavioral health providers and community organizations to assist Veterans during times of crisis to ensure Veterans receive the health care and support they need.

Veterans Crisis Line
If you are in need of immediate crisis counseling, please contact the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-TALK and press 1.
Counselors are available 24/7.

Gun Safety
For someone in crisis, a locked firearm can mean the difference between a tragic outcome and a life saved. Though many Veterans are well-versed in gun safety, all Veterans and their families should understand how to properly handle and store firearms in the home. Download this gun safety guide for some simple steps to keep you and your family safe. Veterans are also encouraged to check into their local community resources for firearm and hunting safety courses.

To protect Veterans and their family members, VA endorses Project ChildSafe, a program that provides cable gun locks for free at VA medical facilities across the country. Gun safety locks not only help protect the lives of Veterans, but also their family members.

To pick up a gun lock, Veterans can either contact BH&S PSA, Tina Houser at 717-272-6621, ext. 4225, or the Lebanon VAMC Police Dept. (Bldg. 19, 3rd floor) also has gun locks readily available.


Contact Info


  • Building 18, 3rd floor, Room 305

Contact Number(s)

  • 717-228-3572

Hours of Operation

  • 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.