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The movie was emotional to watch as even one veteran suicide is too many. It was mentioned in the documentary that one of the most difficult hurdles veterans encounter is the transition back to the civilian sector. Veterans are no longer around the same group of men and women with which they served. They must deal with their issues differently then they had prior. For some veterans, this can create a feeling of hopelessness and that is a dangerous spot for anyone to be in, especially those who have experienced traumatic events. Speak up and Speak out. If you or someone you know is having a hard time, reach out and give someone a call.

There are numerous resources that can help:

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255

Peer Warmline Connection: 707-565-4466

IAVA Rapid Response Referral Program (RRRP): 1-855-917-2743

Veteran Combat Call Center: 1-877-927-8387

Military One-Source: 1-800-342-9647


This documentary and more information can be found here.


More information on the Stacks and the San Francisco Stack can be found at Stack-Up.Org.

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Founded in 2015, Stack Up (TAX ID: 47-5424265) brings both veterans and civilian supporters together through a shared love of video gaming through our primary programs: The Stacks, Supply Crates, Air Assaults, and the Stack Up Overwatch Program [StOP].

Stack Up helps US and Allied military service members get through deployments to combat zones and recover from traumatic physical and emotional injuries with the power of video gaming.