family members were enrolled in the program. The effort has generated meaningful results in many areas, including homelessness, unemployment, mental health, and family life issues. Based on surveys completed in 2011, 90 percent of service members and families reported that DCSP helped with issues related to military experience and trauma. Ninety-one percent reported that the program helped with financial issues, 88 percent with housing issues, 86 percent with marriage and relationship concerns, and 86 percent said the program helped with employment issues. Perhaps most notably, the program provides professional suicide prevention for returning service members and their families, and all of those members considered "at-risk" of suicide are being actively assisted with licensed support services. Care coordinators successfully intervened in 21 such suicide risk cases in 2011.