1 Small ACT - It's about being there for Every Sailor, Every Day
Efforts to engage and educate your shipmates about stress navigation and suicide prevention can help promote a culture supportive of psychological health and seeking help. This page houses resources for Suicide Prevention Coordinators (SPCs) and key influencers, Sailors, families and members of the Navy community to reenergize the conversation about stress and suicide and motivate positive behavior.
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|30 Days of Small ACTs Calendar
30 Small ACTs to practice being there for yourself or others. Includes tips promoting positive coping skills and self-care, psychological and physical well-being, peer support and more. Can be repurposed as Plan of the Day Notes. Print and post in high-traffic areas or share electronically to promote engagement.
2019 30 Days of Small ACTs.pdf
|FY-21 1 Small ACT Toolkit
||Updated for 2020 Navy Suicide Prevention Month and FY-21, this toolkit includes facts about suicide prevention, social media content and graphics, engagement and event ideas, sample plan of the week notes and additional resources to promote a culture supportive of psychological health, emotional wellness, protective factors, connectedness and seeking help on a local level.|
FY-21 1 Small ACT Toolkit
|Lethal Means Safety Fact Sheet
||This fact sheet provides key information on the Navy’s guidance for commanders and health professionals on reducing access to lethal means through voluntary storage of privately owned firearms and on proper disposal of prescription medications.|
Lethal Means Safety Fact Sheet
Lethal Means Safety Posters
The first two posters in a series encouraging safe storage of highly lethal methods of suicide during times of increased stress. Print size is 8.5"x11", however, full sized versions (16"x20") are available for ordering from the Naval Logistics Library.
|Security Clearance Posters
||This poster describes facts related to seeking help and security clearance eligibility, referencing Standard Form 86 (SF-86) question 21. It explains what types of counseling are not required to be reported. |
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|Warning Signs Poster
||This poster describes the most common warning signs of suicide, using the acronym IS PATH WARM. Remember, you don't have to see every sign to ACT. Print size is 8.5"x11", however, a full sized version (16"x20") is available for ordering from the Naval Logistics Library.|
IS PATH WARM Poster
|Digital Marquee Graphics
||This series of three banners can be displayed on installation digital marquees to promote active engagement in stress navigation and suicide prevention efforts. |
|Small ACT Selfie Signs
These signs can be printed and personalized with an example of a Small ACT to be there for yourself or others. Send a selfie with your sign (or a group photo) to firstname.lastname@example.org for publishing in the 1 Small ACT Photo Gallery. See the 1 Small ACT Photo Gallery page for submission guidance.
Small ACT Selfie Signs
Social Media Graphics
These graphics can be used on personal, command-owned and partner social media channels to accompany messaging supporting campaign concepts and products, as well as stress navigation, help-seeking and suicide prevention efforts. Options include two key campaign taglines featuring complementary imagery.
|Lethal Means Safety
Security Clearance Infographics
||These logos can be placed on materials promoting Navy's Every Sailor, Every Day campaign, as well as those aligning with key Navy Suicide Prevention Branch messaging as outlined in the 1 Small ACT Toolkit. Please do not alter these images by changing color palette, typeface, ratios, messaging, image background or any other modifications. |
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Interested in partnering with the Every Sailor, Every Day campaign or sharing your local efforts? Email us at email@example.com.