No More

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Together We Can End Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

The Campaign

The NO MORE PSA Campaign, spearheaded by the Joyful Heart Foundation in partnership with NO MORE and directed by actress and advocate, Mariska Hargitay, involves more than 50 celebrities and public figures asking bystanders to get involved. After 18 months in development, with critical input from domestic violence and sexual assault organizations, we are excited to launch this campaign.

Beginning September 2013, the three-year PSA campaign rolled out across the country in local and national markets via print, broadcast, online and outdoor advertising and in major airports and medical facilities. The Ad Council's Endorsed Campaign program has endorsed the campaign, and The Entertainment Industry Foundation is also helping generate awareness. Other major partnerships include Viacom, Lifetime Television, ConnectiVISION Digital Networks/ClearVISION and OK TV!.

NO MORE_Keshia Chante

 

 http://nomore.org/psas/

Army OneSource Suicide Resource Information

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Family Coping and Resiliency Suicide Prevention Training Tip Card

This card is to be used as a training aid for the Suicide Prevention for Army Family Members awareness brief.

Army life can be stressful. Stressors that you and your Family might experience include:

  • Deployment separation. Separation from a loved one inevitably strains communicationwhich can affect your relationship. In addition, taking on new responsibilities at home can be which can affect your relationship. In addition, taking on new responsibilities at home can be challenging and frustrating.
  • Previous suicide attempts.
  • Frequent moves. Many of the stressors that families experience are related to moving.
  • New schools. Adjusting to a new school and a new schedule can be very difficult.
  • New jobs. Finding a new job and/or learning the details of a job that you have been transferred to can be exhausting and overwhelming.
  • Meeting new friends. Both adults and children can have a hard time meeting new people and developing friendships.
  • Not making the next rank, UCMJ, or bad ratings.