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Mental Health & Wellness

Mental and Brain Health Services Director

Lyndsay Tkach, MS, CBIS, is a mental health and brain injury advocate. She builds and executes programs that address known risk factors for suicidal thoughts or actions while taking a community approach to education, support, and advocacy.

Tkach oversees suicide prevention efforts for over 250,000 veterans and family members registered with Wounded Warrior Project®. Her team uses data to streamline suicide prevention and response strategies. They provide training to veterans, staff, and community partners that empower individuals to play an active role in suicide prevention regardless of clinical background or experience. 

Among Tkach’s passions is the importance of care for those exposed to suicide loss or crisis. She has worked with various organizations to improve crisis recovery outcomes through community support and care coordination. 

Tkach is certified by the Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists. She holds a master's degree in Abnormal Psychology from the University of Phoenix and a bachelor's degree in Science in Rehabilitation with a minor in Sociology from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She is on the board of directors for the Veterans Health Foundation. 

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