Veteran Suicide Prevention Campaign

You Are Not Alone

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Serving Those Who Served

The You Are Not Alone (YANA) campaign is focused on working within the local community and nationally to provide resources to our Veterans and Service Members focused on mental health. Our goal is to positively impact the suicide crisis facing our Nation’s Veterans and Service Members.


In 2023, BlueHalo launched the inaugural You Are Not Alone campaign.

5 Weeks

In less than five short weeks, a team from four companies, including BlueHalo, Torch, Sentar, and Paragon, and the Huntsville Chamber Of Commerce coordinated and executed the first YANA events.

5 Events

In that 5-week timeline, the YANA team executed a food-truck rally (Huntsville, AL), three organizational days (Rockville, MD; Huntsville, AL; Colorado Springs, CO), and one Bourbon Night (Huntsville, AL).

15k+ Raised

In this short period, YANA raised over $15,000 and donated 100% of all proceeds to our 2023 Title Charity, The Gary Sinise Foundation.

You Are Not Alone is expanding in 2024.

Download the 2024 YANA Supporter Guide

Our Veterans Need Your Support

We are all members of the same community, and we all care about our Veterans and Service Members. Many within this community are in crisis, and we can help!

Volunteering, getting educated about the crisis, and contributing to and participating in activities like You Are Not Alone can make an impact and save lives!

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Our service members are our freedom providers. If they’re going to go to a hostile place like Afghanistan or Iraq or the many dangerous battlefields throughout the history of our country, I think we owe it to them to back them up, to try to help them get through it, and to take care of them when they get home.

Gary Sinise

The willingness of America's veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.

Jeff Miller

It takes communities and families coming together to help veterans who are struggling. Too many battle these issues in silence and never get their needed help.

Veronica Raussin

And the truth is that all Veterans pay with their lives. Some pay all at once, while others pay over a lifetime.