Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Major Gen.Mark Graham and Wife Carol On Suicide Prevention

  • Broadcast in Military
Bridging The Gap of Georgia

Bridging The Gap of Georgia


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Bridging The Gap of Georgia.

Join Our Live Chat on this show page and use our Guest Call-in (646) 564-9805 to speak  with us Live during the show.

Major General Mark Graham retired from the US Army on August 1, 2012 after almost thirty-five years of service. His final position was as the Director (G-3/5/7) U.S. Army Forces Comm& since Sept. 18, 2009. In this position, he oversaw the plans, operations & training for Army forces (active & reserve component) stationed in the Continental United States & ensured conventional forces were prepared for worldwide deployment & combat.

Major General Graham & his wife, Carol, are tireless champions of military & civilian efforts to promote mental health & suicide-prevention awareness, & to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health care. To honor the memory of their two sons, 2LT Jeff Graham who was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in February 2004, & their son Kevin a Senior Army ROTC cadet who died by suicide in June 2003 while studying to be an Army Doctor at the University of Kentucky, the Grahams established the Jeffrey C. & Kevin A. Graham Memorial Fund to provide the “Question, Persuade, Refer” suicide prevention program at the University of Kentucky.

The Grahams were instrumental in establishing - Jeffrey & Kevin Graham Memorial Endowed Lectureship in Psychology for the study of depression & suicide prevention at Cameron University, in Lawton, Oklahoma. as well as “Jeff & Kevin Graham Memorial Crisis Hotline” & "Jeffrey & Kevin Graham Support Services".


Be Sure to visit our Website at http://btg-foundation.org.