In observation of Veterans Day, our Vice President, Col. Mike Hudson spoke with Rich Valdes on The Jim Bohannon Show about our mission of helping reduce veteran suicide by way of empowering organizations to connect individuals with personalized support during times of need.
Today, the burden lies on the individual already in distress to seek out solutions, such as enrolling in an assistance program or calling a suicide prevention hotline. ClearForce’s technology takes a proactive approach to suicide prevention and mental health intervention by analyzing evidence-based behavioral risk indicators in real-time, allowing for personalized, secure proactive outreach to at-risk individuals.
Today, the burden rests with the individual to ask for help, through a suicide prevention hotline or community assistance program. Outreach efforts are limited, often generalized for awareness and in most cases calendar-based.
ClearForce delivers real-time continual “push” based alerting of evidenced-based behavioral risk and patterns of compounding pressure often identified in financial, criminal, social media, and web-based direct reporting. Organizational leaders can then engage at-risk individuals with positive mitigation options to prevent suicide.
Jessica leads communication outreach for the State’s Veteran Suicide Prevention Unit. She and her team proactively contacts Veterans in need of mental wellness support and an understanding of the State’s available programs and resources.
Because of resource constraints, she was limited to calendar-based outreach campaigns.
With ClearForce, Susan drives more timely outreach based on real-time reports directly from Veterans or their designed family members.