top of page

Available Resources

Combating Suicide

Thank you for looking at this page. If you've never told anybody,
it is okay to talk. We are here to listen. 

Veterans Crisis Line (24/7):

The Military Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource for all service members, including members of the National Guard and Reserve, and Veterans, even if they’re not enrolled in VA benefits or health care.

Dial 988, Press "1" 

Text 838255

or dial 1-800-273-8255, Press 1

Chat online here.

Deaf and Hard of hearing, use chat, text, or TTY dial 711 then 1-800-273-8255. 

Dog Owner

Join us.
Fellowship Night for Veterans  
Thursdays at Lacey Veteran's Services Hub 

This fellowship group is for Veterans, Active-Duty Military, and First Responders. This is a place where you can be honest with yourself and others, and may give and receive support. Our hope is that this fellowship group will be a place you can come and receive support, make new acquaintances, and possibly learn some things about yourself and others. We are looking for anyone who wants to talk about how they are doing in their life or is looking for general support related to their Military or First Responder experiences.


This is not a therapy group or a substitute for psychiatric care or psychotherapy or medical treatment. The goal is to provide a safe place for you to talk about your thoughts related to your Military or First Responder experiences. The best thing you can bring to the group is a willingness to listen to others. We do not try to solve every problem, and you don’t need to feel pressure to give advice or solutions to others. The facilitator is here to answer questions, to guide the discussion, and talk about possible resources when needed.


Here are the ground rules for the fellowship group:

1.   Keep everything shared here confidential. We want it to be a safe, secure place for all to talk. Our mantra is “What is said in the fellowship group stays in the fellowship group”.

2.   Give everyone who wants to share a chance to talk. Be respectful in the way you talk to each other.

3.   Don’t not force anyone to share more than they want to.

4.   You can offer advice, but don’t tell others what they should do.

5.   If you want to share a thought with somebody about their story, ask if they want feedback or input before giving it.

bottom of page