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North Dakota Soldier Speaks to Vets on Suicide Risk

Publication Date: Nov 20, 2019

November 18, 2019

This North Dakota Soldier Reached the Brink of Suicide, Now He's Spreading His Message to Other Vets

In a recent article published by Robin Huebner in the Inforum, Sgt. Nathan Griffin described his struggles with substance use and the moment he had considered suicide. He now shares his darkest moment, and how he managed to move forward, with other military veterans.

Read the full article, This North Dakota Soldier Reached the Brink of Suicide, Now He's Spreading His Message to Other Vets.


Serving, Working with, and Meeting the Mental Health Needs of the Military Community

Recognizing the serious need to provide access to appropriate mental health care for our service members and their families, the Mountain Plains MHTTC is also offering free asynchronous courses to provide training for civilian mental health providers. These trainings can better prepare civilian mental health providers for serving and working with the military community. This Citizen Soldier Support Program is a free online training with continuing education credits for all interested mental health providers who may serve the military community.

View the trainings on the Citizen Soldier Portal.