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Lifelink Newsletter November
In this issue: Sailor discusses Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), ways to reach out to a shipmate in distress, and tips to exercise Controllability to navigate stress and Keep What You've Earned this holiday season. Find these articles, this month's Lifelink Spotlight winner, and the latest News and Resources in Lifelink November, here.
21 Days of Total Sailor Fitmas
Now through January, the Every Sailor, Every Day campaign will promote small acts to proactively navigate holiday stress and build resilience for the New Year. While the holidays are considered "the most wonderful time of the year," they're not without challenges that can impact health -- from physical fitness, to emotional well-being, spiritual connectedness, relationship strength, financial readiness and more. Join us as we discuss ways to get ahead of the humbugs, leading into our 21 Days of Total Sailor Fitmas in December! Subscribe to our NavyNavStress blog, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to stay in the know.
"1 Small ACT" Photo Gallery
Submissions for the "1 Small ACT" Photo Gallery will be accepted through August 31, 2016, highlighting individuals across the Navy community as they share their ideas for ways to support their shipmates. Participants can print and personalize "1 Small ACT" signs and send photos of themselves holding their signs to email@example.com for posting in our Facebook page. Click here for submission guidelines. Additional resources promoting "1 Small ACT," the newest message under the Every Sailor, Every Day campaign, can be found here.
Did You Know?
The Operational Stress Control (OSC) Program, part of the Navy Suicide Prevention Branch, OPNAV N171, has resources to help Sailors, leaders and families identify stress reactions and successfully navigate life's challenges. Learn more on the OSC page, here.
SECNAV Instruction 5720.44C (Chapter 7, Section 0702-2-c.3) states that all Navy websites must display the image above on their homepages, hyperlinked to www.militarycrisisline.net. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.