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G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate

Supporting Soldiers, Families & Civilians – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired

3 September 2008

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1.

What is the role of Chaplains in cases of potential suicide?

2.

It is a community standard that the least restrictive environment be used when treating people. As a result, individuals are not psychiatrically hospitalized involuntarily unless they are at an imminent risk to themselves and others. How should we as an organization define imminent risk?

3.

At what point should a Chaplain or mental health provider reveal confidential information to others?

4.

The Ferres doctrine states, in effect, that military leaders cannot be sued for actions which result in damages to a Soldier. If there was no Ferres Doctrine, how would you change the way you handle suicidal Soldiers?

5.

To what lengths do you think Command should go to rehabilitate a formerly suicidal individual? At what point do you determine to “cut your losses” and get rid of the individual?

Scenario #7 – Deployed Female SSG

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