Barriers to Care in United States
This week’s second discussion forum will focus on the suicide- and homicide-prone popultion.
Based on the article “The War on Suicide?” and the video One a Day: Soldier and Suicide in the U.S. Military, the struggles and barriers of military service members are highlighted. Although many resources are available to the military, and most are provided at no cost, the suicide rate is enormous. Please answer the subsequent questions:
- Which barriers do our soldiers face on a daily basis?
- Why are some hesitant to consult available and free resources?
- What are your suggestions on how these barriers can be reduced or eliminated?
Your initial contribution should be 250 to 300 words in length. Your research and claims must be supported by a minimum of two scholarly sources beyond your course text. Use proper APA formatting for in-text citations and references
Which barriers do our soldiers face on a daily basis?
The barriers that our soldiers face on a daily basis is that they are being overwhelmed with depression and stress that shoot them from fighting at war and what they may have seen while they are in active duty (Putman, 2014). This makes them feel as if they have no one to talk to when they are away from their loved ones….