New Mexico Army National Guard R3SP

New Mexico Army National Guard R3SP The New Mexico Army National Guard's R3SP page provides information, resources, events, and more, regarding everything resiliency and su***de prevention.

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Please take a moment to read the letter from Army Senior Leaders.
11/10/2021

Please take a moment to read the letter from Army Senior Leaders.

Please take a moment to read the letter from Army Senior Leaders.

This Thursday, November 11th, is Veteran's Day. You and up to 5 family members go to the Albuquerque Zoo and/or Aquarium...
11/09/2021

This Thursday, November 11th, is Veteran's Day. You and up to 5 family members go to the Albuquerque Zoo and/or Aquarium for $1 each with your Military ID Card.

The ABQ BioPark is saluting military personnel this Veterans Day with $1 admission on Thursday, November 11.

“The ABQ BioPark is pleased to offer this special discount to the men and women who have served this country,” said Allyson Zahm, ABQ BioPark guest experience manager. “This Veterans Day, we express our gratitude to all of our veterans and current service members.”

In addition, up to five family members accompanying the veteran or military personnel may gain admission to the ABQ BioPark for $1 each. The veteran or active personnel must be in attendance and present a valid military or veteran's ID card.

The special admission is for one-time use at the Zoo OR Aquarium/Botanic Garden. bit.ly/307jhZm

#Veterans #VeteransDay

Check out the November ASAP Newsletter! The Sparkling Pumpkin Spice Party Punch looks tasty!
11/05/2021

Check out the November ASAP Newsletter! The Sparkling Pumpkin Spice Party Punch looks tasty!

Brené Brown on Empathy
11/03/2021
Brené Brown on Empathy

Brené Brown on Empathy

What is the best way to ease someone's pain and suffering? In this beautifully animated RSA Short, Dr Brené Brown reminds us that we can only create a genuin...

11/01/2021
Check out these upcoming workshop dates and locations! Register for a class near you by contacting your COC. Training is...
10/29/2021

Check out these upcoming workshop dates and locations! Register for a class near you by contacting your COC. Training is free to Service Members and their families.

Check out these upcoming workshop dates and locations! Register for a class near you by contacting your COC. Training is free to Service Members and their families.

Do you live in Roswell? Are you in need of a job? Plan to attend the Workforce Connection Hiring Event!
10/27/2021

Do you live in Roswell? Are you in need of a job? Plan to attend the Workforce Connection Hiring Event!

Do you live in Roswell? Are you in need of a job? Plan to attend the Workforce Connection Hiring Event!

10/19/2021
www.giveanhour.org provides free and confidential counseling to Service Members and Veterans.
10/14/2021

www.giveanhour.org provides free and confidential counseling to Service Members and Veterans.

www.giveanhour.org provides free and confidential counseling to Service Members and Veterans.

Your feelings are valid. You are enough! We are here to support you, today and every day, you are not alone.
10/10/2021

Your feelings are valid. You are enough! We are here to support you, today and every day, you are not alone.

World Mental Health Day - October 10
10/10/2021
World Mental Health Day - October 10

World Mental Health Day - October 10

Want up-to-date information on World Mental Health Day? We have the details, opportunities, and resources to help you understand and get involved.

10/08/2021

It is what we know already that often prevents us from learning.
Claude Bernard

Take time to read the October ASAP newsletter. Let us know if you try the Green Chile Cranberry Lemonade! What would you...
10/06/2021

Take time to read the October ASAP newsletter. Let us know if you try the Green Chile Cranberry Lemonade! What would you like to see in future issues?

Activating Event, Thoughts & Consequences, (ATC) is a skill in which you identify your Heat-of-the-Moment Thoughts about...
10/05/2021

Activating Event, Thoughts & Consequences, (ATC) is a skill in which you identify your Heat-of-the-Moment Thoughts about an Activating Event and the Consequences of those thoughts so you can have greater control over your emotions and reactions.

09/29/2021
Photos from New Mexico Army National Guard R3SP's post
09/26/2021

Photos from New Mexico Army National Guard R3SP's post

It's the Little Things that Matter. Everyday interactions build strong relationships which act as a protective factor ag...
09/24/2021

It's the Little Things that Matter. Everyday interactions build strong relationships which act as a protective factor against su***de. Connect to Protect emphasizes connections with ohthers and the community, as well as with su***de prevention resources. Every death from su***de is a tragedy and a loss. Commit to helping prevent su***de by signing the pledge to make People First a priority, and ensuring that every Soldier, Civilian, and Family member knows they are supported - when facing adversity and every day.
I pledge to intentionally connect with those around me - my family, my soldiers, and my peers - by noticing the little things that matter and seizing those daily opportunities to forge meaningful connections including:
Giving my attention to my family, my soldiers, and my peers
Making the time to connect through small actions like a thank you note, a phone call to catch up or just asking questions about their day, their interest, or their family.
Listening when they are sharing a positive event - talking about an accomplishment, promotion, or good news - taking authentic, enthusiastic interest.
Normalizing conversations around mental health and being open to sharing my own challenges
Encouraging others to utilize Behavioral Health, Resilience and other Army Resources.
Inspiring other individuals to value the "little things" by sharing this pledge under the hashtags #ConnectToProtect #itsthelittlethings and #ArmyResilience
I am committed to connecting with, and reaching out to, my family, my soldiers, and my peers every day, so that I maybe their support network, and they may be mind, when we find ourselves struggling.
Military Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 press 1

It's the Little Things that Matter. Everyday interactions build strong relationships which act as a protective factor against su***de. Connect to Protect emphasizes connections with ohthers and the community, as well as with su***de prevention resources. Every death from su***de is a tragedy and a loss. Commit to helping prevent su***de by signing the pledge to make People First a priority, and ensuring that every Soldier, Civilian, and Family member knows they are supported - when facing adversity and every day.
I pledge to intentionally connect with those around me - my family, my soldiers, and my peers - by noticing the little things that matter and seizing those daily opportunities to forge meaningful connections including:
Giving my attention to my family, my soldiers, and my peers
Making the time to connect through small actions like a thank you note, a phone call to catch up or just asking questions about their day, their interest, or their family.
Listening when they are sharing a positive event - talking about an accomplishment, promotion, or good news - taking authentic, enthusiastic interest.
Normalizing conversations around mental health and being open to sharing my own challenges
Encouraging others to utilize Behavioral Health, Resilience and other Army Resources.
Inspiring other individuals to value the "little things" by sharing this pledge under the hashtags #ConnectToProtect #itsthelittlethings and #ArmyResilience
I am committed to connecting with, and reaching out to, my family, my soldiers, and my peers every day, so that I maybe their support network, and they may be mind, when we find ourselves struggling.
Military Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 press 1

You are never alone. Call the crisis line 24/7 1-844-907-1338.
09/23/2021
Voice of Strength: Inside it was killing me

You are never alone. Call the crisis line 24/7 1-844-907-1338.

Staff Sgt. Preston Snowden, with the 200th Military Police Command, shares a personal story of how a traumatic event that hit his family led him to a su***de...

Photos from New Mexico Army National Guard R3SP's post
09/21/2021

Photos from New Mexico Army National Guard R3SP's post

Take time to read the ezine for Su***de Prevention Month from DoD. #supportiswithinreach #ConnectToProtect #EndSu***de
09/20/2021

Take time to read the ezine for Su***de Prevention Month from DoD. #supportiswithinreach #ConnectToProtect #EndSu***de

09/19/2021
Connect to Protect. Support is within Reach. You are not alone. Call the Military Crisis Line 24-hours a day, 7-days a w...
09/19/2021

Connect to Protect. Support is within Reach. You are not alone. Call the Military Crisis Line 24-hours a day, 7-days a week at 1-800-273-8255 press 1

Connect to Protect. Support is within Reach. You are not alone. Call the Military Crisis Line 24-hours a day, 7-days a week at 1-800-273-8255 press 1

09/18/2021

Thank you to everyone that walked and donated with us to #EndSu***de today.

Join us tomorrow morning at 1000 at Hoffmantown Church, as we walk  for Su***de Awareness. Together we can #EndSu***de
09/18/2021

Join us tomorrow morning at 1000 at Hoffmantown Church, as we walk for Su***de Awareness. Together we can #EndSu***de

Join us tomorrow morning at 1000 at Hoffmantown Church, as we walk for Su***de Awareness. Together we can #EndSu***de

Veteran's Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 press 1Military One Source 1-800-342-9647NM Crisis Line 1-855-662-7474NMARNG Su***d...
09/17/2021

Veteran's Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 press 1
Military One Source 1-800-342-9647
NM Crisis Line 1-855-662-7474
NMARNG Su***de Prevention Coordinator 505-407-3409
Support is within reach!

Hello Advocates of Commercial To***co Cessation and Prevention!We would like to invite you to be a part of the Basic To*...
09/14/2021

Hello Advocates of Commercial To***co Cessation and Prevention!
We would like to invite you to be a part of the Basic To***co Intervention Skills Certification for Native Communities VIRTUAL Training to be delivered Tuesday - Thursday, Nov. 30, Dec 1, & 2, 2021 from 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM (MT) via Zoom.
This To***co Intervention training is culturally tailored to distinguish between the use of traditional and commercial to***co in Native American communities and emphasize evidence-based techniques to increase the rates of successful interventions resulting in the cessation of commercial to***co use.
In partnership with the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center (AASTEC) and the Indian Health Service Health Albuquerque Area Promotion Disease Prevention we are offering this Continuing Education Unit eligible training to all that are interested. We will cover the $230 materials fee and processing for all attendees in the Albuquerque Area/NM. If you are outside the I.H.S. Albuquerque Area (I/T/U) you will need to purchase training materials directly from the University of Arizona HealthCare Partnership at [email protected]. Please contact us for additional information. We do request that you be present the entire duration of the training with your computer videos on. Upon successful completion of the training, all eligible participants will receive certification from the University of Arizona HealthCare Partnership. You may register at: http://db.aastec.net/sttc/reg.html by NOVEMBER 12th to allow time to mail you the BTIS Guidebook and training materials to be used during the virtual training. If you are not able to register online at link above please contact:
Reiko Yazzie at [email protected] or 505.228.3514. There is no registration fee. You will be notified of Zoom link prior to the start of the
training. In the event the training is full, you will be placed on a wait-list and notified if space becomes open.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Theresa Clay, Indian Health Service Albuquerque Area Office Health Promotion Disease Prevention at 505.977.7115 or Janna Vallo, Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center at 505.252.8509.
Sincerely,
Theresa Clay, MS, Health Promotion Disease Prevention
I.H.S. Albuquerque Area
Janna Vallo, MPA, To***co Coordinator
AA Southwest Tribal Epi
Reiko Yazzie, MFA, To***co Navigator
AA Southwest Tribal Epi Center
Please register at link above ASAP as space is limited!

Hello Advocates of Commercial To***co Cessation and Prevention!
We would like to invite you to be a part of the Basic To***co Intervention Skills Certification for Native Communities VIRTUAL Training to be delivered Tuesday - Thursday, Nov. 30, Dec 1, & 2, 2021 from 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM (MT) via Zoom.
This To***co Intervention training is culturally tailored to distinguish between the use of traditional and commercial to***co in Native American communities and emphasize evidence-based techniques to increase the rates of successful interventions resulting in the cessation of commercial to***co use.
In partnership with the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center (AASTEC) and the Indian Health Service Health Albuquerque Area Promotion Disease Prevention we are offering this Continuing Education Unit eligible training to all that are interested. We will cover the $230 materials fee and processing for all attendees in the Albuquerque Area/NM. If you are outside the I.H.S. Albuquerque Area (I/T/U) you will need to purchase training materials directly from the University of Arizona HealthCare Partnership at [email protected]. Please contact us for additional information. We do request that you be present the entire duration of the training with your computer videos on. Upon successful completion of the training, all eligible participants will receive certification from the University of Arizona HealthCare Partnership. You may register at: http://db.aastec.net/sttc/reg.html by NOVEMBER 12th to allow time to mail you the BTIS Guidebook and training materials to be used during the virtual training. If you are not able to register online at link above please contact:
Reiko Yazzie at [email protected] or 505.228.3514. There is no registration fee. You will be notified of Zoom link prior to the start of the
training. In the event the training is full, you will be placed on a wait-list and notified if space becomes open.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Theresa Clay, Indian Health Service Albuquerque Area Office Health Promotion Disease Prevention at 505.977.7115 or Janna Vallo, Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center at 505.252.8509.
Sincerely,
Theresa Clay, MS, Health Promotion Disease Prevention
I.H.S. Albuquerque Area
Janna Vallo, MPA, To***co Coordinator
AA Southwest Tribal Epi
Reiko Yazzie, MFA, To***co Navigator
AA Southwest Tribal Epi Center
Please register at link above ASAP as space is limited!

This is a valuable FREE resource. Click on the link below to download to your phone/tablet. There is a plethora of resou...
09/13/2021

This is a valuable FREE resource. Click on the link below to download to your phone/tablet. There is a plethora of resources for recovery, mental health, and a warmline for first responders and healthcare workers. Support is within reach!
Apple Link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nmconnect/id1505881354
Google Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nmcrisisline.app

This is a valuable FREE resource. Click on the link below to download to your phone/tablet. There is a plethora of resources for recovery, mental health, and a warmline for first responders and healthcare workers. Support is within reach!
Apple Link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nmconnect/id1505881354
Google Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nmcrisisline.app

Gentle reminder for you 💓 Hope you get to rest and recharge tonight. Rest is such an essential part of self-care🌙Comment...
09/12/2021

Gentle reminder for you 💓 Hope you get to rest and recharge tonight. Rest is such an essential part of self-care🌙

Comment below, have you been getting enough rest lately?

( 🎨 by @littlearthlings )

Gentle reminder for you 💓 Hope you get to rest and recharge tonight. Rest is such an essential part of self-care🌙

Comment below, have you been getting enough rest lately?

( 🎨 by @littlearthlings )

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