Sen. Cramer Joins Bipartisan Group To Make Access To Crisis Services Easier for Veterans

The Veterans Crisis Line, which was created in 2007, has answered more than 3.5 million calls

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A group of bipartisan Senators, including North Dakota Sen. Kevin Cramer, have introduced the SPEED act to help veterans in distress. The Suicide Prevention by Eliminating Excessive Digits Act requires the Federal Communication Commission to designate a 3-digit dialing code for veterans in crisis. It is similar to 9-1-1 and would connect directly to the Veterans Crisis…