When a loved one struggles, it’s hard to know how to help.
Having direct conversations, getting guns and dangerous meds out of the picture for now, and reaching out for support can help. It might even save a life in a suicidal crisis. Here are stories from others who’ve been there too…
Should You Be Concerned?
Listen to Elena describe why she became concerned for her husband. We cover warning signs and questions to ask your loved one.Learn More
“I’d think, am I just over-reacting here?”
“It helped getting that other take on things, it really did.”
Why Talk about Firearms?
70% of Veterans’ suicides are by firearm. What we value about guns is precisely what makes them deadly in a suicide attempt. We can protect our loved ones AND their right to control their firearms by helping them make strategic choices about firearm storage.Learn More
“I knew if I attempted suicide, it would be with my gun”
Firearm Storage Options
Fred worked with his son to find a storage option that kept everyone safe and felt right to his son. Learn about a range of options.Learn More
“Son, let me babysit your guns. I need you to be safe.”
Keeping it Legal in Your State
A summary of laws that have bearing on who can store firearms for another person.Learn More