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Contact USPV

The USPV team can be reached at USPV@va.gov.

USPV Staff

 

Erin Higgins, LCSW, LAC

Erin Higgins, LCSW, LAC Postvention Lead & Consultant

Suzanne McGarity, PhD

Suzanne McGarity, PhD Postvention Consultant

Georgia Gerard, LCSW

Georgia Gerard, LCSW Postvention Consultant

Megan Harvey, PhD

Megan Harvey, PhD Postvention Consultant

Christie Machan, LCSW

Christie Machan, LCSW Postvention Consultant

Laurel Gaeddert, BS

Laurel Gaeddert, BS Postvention Program and Website Support

 

Acknowledgements

The USPV staff would like to thank the countless individuals who have contributed to the development of this site, including those who have shared their personal experiences following a death by suicide. We would also like to acknowledge the special contributions of the following individuals:

Sarra Nazem PhDDr. Sarra Nazem for her tireless efforts to promote postvention throughout the VA, providing postvention consultation through the Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program, and for establishing Uniting for Suicide Postvention.

Maggie Guglielmi PhDDr. Maggie Guglielmi for her pioneering contributions on how to establish and execute a Suicide Postvention Team.

We would also like to recognize the American Association of Suicidology and their members for their support and contribution to the USPV podcast series and other resources as well as Tipping Point Solutions for their expertise developing many of the multimedia resources found on the USPV website.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you have questions about USPV, check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

         

If you are looking for more resources regarding the personal impact of suicide loss, check out the Community section of USPV.

 

If you are a medical or mental health provider who has lost someone to suicide (personally or professionally), check out the Providers section of USPV. 

 

If you are looking to start offering postvention in your workplace, check out the Workplace section of USPV.

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