ARMEDCOM first line leaders are key to a culture of care
171128-A-AW713-002.JPG Photo By: Lt. Col. Angela Wallace

DES MOINES, Iowa - Joseph Walser, the Suicide Prevention Program Manager for Army Reserve Medical Command, addresses 25 students during an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training class held 28-30 November, 2017, in Des Moines, Iowa. The ASIST program and its Pathway for Assisting Life (PAL) model are utilized by the U.S. Army Reserve to train leaders and key personnel in suicide intervention techniques so that individuals can go back to their units as a new capability for their commanders.


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