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Learn more about Jeffrey and Kevin Graham ~ and the work being done by parents, Major General Mark Graham and Carol Graham ~ at the Graham Memorial website.

"I knew our son was sad; I just didn't know he could die from being too sad".
 

You can order a memorial pendant/medal. We will customize the engraving. You can order it for yourself or as a gift and we will send it direct.

Please go to the  HOME PAGE to order.

For those who wish to donate to the Jeff & Kevin Graham Support Services:

Or donate by check:

Please make check payable to Pike's Peak Suicide Prevention and mail it to:

704 North Tejon Street
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903

 

The Pikes Peak region is getting a significant boost in the fight against suicide, thanks to a couple that has dedicated itself to the cause after one son took his life in 2003 and another died in combat about seven months later. (See the full story from the Colorado Springs Gazette)

In Loving Memory of Jeffrey & Kevin Graham

The founders, board members, staff, and volunteers of Pike's Peak Suicide Prevention are honored to dedicate the Support Services Program in El Paso County in loving memory of Lt Jeffrey Graham and Senior ROTC Cadet Kevin Graham. Kevin suffered from depression and took his own life on June 21, 2003 after discontinuing use of his medication. Jeffrey was killed in action Feb 19, 2004 in Khaldiyah, Iraq. 

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Support groups are for anyone who is struggling with thoughts of suicide or has survived a suicide attempt. The workbook: The Courage to Live: Helping suicidal people live one day at a time by Dr. Tullis, MD
 

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Support Services for family and friends of attempters: Separate meetings where family and friends can learn about depression, medications, and treatment approaches, learn suicide intervention skills, & gain support from each other.

Participants will be provided with
Words Can Work When Talking About Depression by Jeanne Blake.
 

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SA (Suicide Anonymous) is a 12-step peer-program for longer-term care; it does not replace medications or professional mental health care.

 

The Invisible Front

Love and Loss in an Era
of Endless War

By Yochi Dreasen

.Over 5,000 Americans have died fighting in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. And, over the past 12 years, more than 2,000 soldiers have committed suicide

One military family experienced both of those horrors losing one son in combat and one to suicide. Journalist Yochi Dreazen's new book, The Invisible Front: Love And Loss In An Era of Endless War, tells the true story of the Graham family and two events that would forever change the very fabric of their world.

Purchase the book

To register for Support Programs:
(719) 573-7447
info@PikesPeakSuicidePrevention.org

If Email, please specify "Training" in the subject line so we can more effectively route your message, enabling us to reply sooner.

Below, please see an additional support line for Veterans
 


704 North Tejon Street
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903


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