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Suicide rates have risen tenfold among U.S. veterans since 9/11

  • Suicide rates among post-9/11 veterans increased over tenfold from 2006 to 2020, while the rates remained relatively flat in the general U.S. Adult population.
  • Veterans with traumatic brain injury had suicide rates 56% higher than those without a head injury and three times higher than the general population.
  • Despite multimillion-dollar suicide prevention initiatives and programs, there has been little impact in reducing the suicide rates among veterans, indicating the need for a broader approach to addressing the issue.
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