Limited Privilege Suicide Prevention Program:
The LPSP program is for Airmen who have been informed (verbally or in writing) that they are under investigations for possible UCMJ violations.
If an Airman is at risk for suicide, he/she may self refer or be referred to the program by any individual officially involved in the processing of the disciplinary action.
A mental health provider will determine if the Airman is at risk. If the mental health provider determines the member poses a risk of suicide he/she will: initiate treatment, explain the LPSP program, place the member in the program and document enrollment in the mental health notes.
The protection ends once the mental health provider determines the member no longer poses a risk of suicide. The LPSP protects what the Airman says in treatment with the mental health provider.
If you or a servicemen you know is experiencing a crisis, use this confidential, toll-free crisis line to reach caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders. The Veterans Crisis Line can also be reached by text at 838255, or through online chat.
The MTF Locator is a convenient tool that you can use to locate the Military Treatment Facility nearest to you by searching on a map, by zip code, or geographic region.
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