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Stack Up

Stack Up uses gaming to support U.S. and Allied active duty service members and veterans through our four pillar programs, Supply Crates: boxes of the latest in games and gear delivered to raise morale, build camaraderie, combat PTSD, and fight the rising tide of veteran suicide, Air Assaults: where we fly deserving veterans to gaming and geek culture events, The Stacks: local volunteer teams, coming together to support military personnel on bases and around their community, and finally, the Stack Up Overwatch Program: trained and certified peer to peer support to assist in crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and issues concerning the mental health of those in current or previous military duty and civilians.

American Association of Suicidology

Thousands of calls are received annually in the AAS Central Office from the public and the media regarding referrals and informational needs. Public education and information have become core functions of AAS. To that end, AAS has produced a variety of fact sheets, brochures, statistical reports, books, and resources offered to the public and professional communities. AAS has produced major conferences of research presentations and panels, training workshops, and interactive discussions annually since its inaugural meeting. Major papers from this meeting often appear in addition to independently submitted research and case studies, in the Association’s peer-reviewed journal Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. AAS also sponsors a second conference each year, Healing After Suicide Loss, which brings together professionals and survivors to share information specific to working through suicide bereavement.

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