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Lifelink August 2017
In this month's issue: details on our upcoming webinar co-hosted by Navy & Marine Corps Public Health Center, plan of the week notes, 2017 Navy Suicide Prevention Month guidance, and more. Lifelink AUG 2017.pdfLifelink AUG 2017.pdf

2017 Navy Suicide Prevention Month
Starting in September and throughout FY-18, the Every Sailor, Every Day campaign will promote new tools that empower Sailors and their families to better recognize warning signs, start conversations, take the right actions to intervene and practice ongoing safety. Look out for the new 1 Small ACT Toolkit, as well as new posters, graphics and tips that help you identify warning signs, decrease risk during times of increased stress, and promote new resources to help Sailors recover from psychological or emotional crises. Visit the Every Sailor, Every Day webpages for more information and resources. Subscribe to our distribution list to be notified when new products are available and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Wordpress.


Upcoming Webinar Training
 On September 7 at 1200 ET we will co-host a webinar with Navy & Marine Corps Public Health Center’s Health Promotion and Wellness Dept. to share lessons learned from Navy Suicide Prevention Branch’s annual cross disciplinary case reviews. This webinar is intended for all levels of leadership, SPCs, health promotion coordinators, providers, chaplains and all personnel who have frequent contact with Sailors who may be at increased risk of suicide. Learn how you can work together on a local level to close gaps and promote a culture supportive of psychological health in September and throughout the year. To register, visit https://survey.max.gov/933674​
 
Free Gun Locks Available
A limited quantity of gun locks will be shipping to Fleet and Family Support Centers (FFSCs) and Navy Operational Support Centers (NOSCs) starting in July. Gun locks have been proven effective in reducing suicides during at-risk periods. A few extra moments to retrieve and unlock a firearm can interrupt the impulse for suicide and open ​the door for help. Gun locks are available free of charge to Sailors and their families, made possible by Navy Suicide Prevention Branch in partnership with the Defense Suicide Prevention Office (DSPO) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). 

 

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