Suicide prevention is an all hands evolution, all of the time. Peer-to-peer products, using approved OPNAV N171 messaging, help promote awareness and encourage bystander intervention. Sailors are encouraged to submit their original posters and awareness products for review by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Sailor, Every Day Video
Navy Suicide Prevention Branch (OPNAV N171) and Navy Medicine have released a new video to help the entire Fleet expand the Every Sailor, Every Day campaign concept at the individual and command levels. Now available in the Navy.mil video gallery, the 17-minute “Every Sailor, Every Day” video uses a realistic scenario to illustrate active leadership and peer engagement. The video can be used as part of training or educational events to encourage ongoing and proactive engagement between shipmates, strengthening connections that can facilitate early recognition and intervention. It is intended to generate dialogue and discussion to guide suicide prevention efforts and to help build confidence in one’s ability to provide support.
30-second trailer: http://www.navy.mil/viewVideo.asp?id=20465
Full length (17-minute) video: http://www.navy.mil/viewVideo.asp?id=20466
Public Service Announcement Videos
PRC (AW/IDW/EXW) Jeromy Kelsey's personal story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn3XtRMhXEI
The videos below are the winning submissions from the 2012 Suicide Prevention Public Service Announcement Video contest, open to all Active Duty and Reserve Sailors. They remain available for command training and to promote awareness of suicide prevention risk factors, warning signs and bystander intervention. YouTube access is required.
-USS Ronald Reagan Media Department (CVN 76): "There is Hope"
-CSADD Naval Medical Center San Diego (SOS Chapter): "Find Your Light"
-NOSC San Antonio: "Don't Weight"
For additional stress navigation videos, visit the OSC Materials page here and the Navy Suicide Prevention Branch YouTube channel here.
Fleet-produced Posters and Illustrations
Navy Public Affairs Support Element (NPASE) West, Det. Hawaii posters: