CBS News reports that July saw 38 suicides amongst active duty and reservists...in the Army alone.
If 38 people died in one month from a certain flu strain or salmonella or something, there'd be a nation-wide outcry and even panic. If 38 people died in one month due to drinking from plastic bottles, we'd outlaw them.
The answer is not to increase services to service people. That should happen regardless and many times over what is currently offered. I'm tempted to note again the billions of dollars that go into weaponry and "defense" and question just if and how a small percentage of that should be directed to post-war healing. But the fact may be that no amount of money can be thrown at such problems as a solution for healing.
The answer is not to have wars, or at the very least,
consider the morality of how we go about having them.
I can't do much of anything about that.
But the Church can still stand in as a means of grace in these situations.
Here again is Dr. Stanley on the moral injuries of war: