Suicide Prevention GMT
The required Suicide Prevention General Military Training (GMT) and Lesson Plan are now available for download. Additional training resources can be found in the Command & Leaders section of the website.
Navigator Newsletter March 2021
This edition of the Navigator primarily focuses on suicide prevention.
In January 2021, Culture of Excellence launched the Navigator which replaced the Lifelink.
If you have questions or would like to submit feedback, please contact CulturalChampions@navy.mil. To subscribe, click here. For more information, see the Culture of Excellence website.
FY-21 1 Small ACT Toolkit
The updated FY-21 1 Small ACT Toolkit includes information about staying connected during COVID-19, new mental health conversation starter "recipe cards," facts about suicide prevention, additional social media content and graphics, local outreach and engagement ideas, sample plan of the week notes, seeking help, understanding risk and protective factors and additional resources to promote a culture supportive of psychological health and emotional wellness. Download it here. Subscribe to our distribution list to be notified when new products are available and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and WordPress for daily tips to help you be there for Every Sailor, Every Day.
2020 Navy Suicide Prevention Handbook
The Suicide Prevention Handbook is an accessible, comprehensive guide for the Navy community and is designed to serve as a ready reference for policy requirements, program guidance and educational tools to strengthen local suicide prevention efforts. Download it here.
SECNAV Instruction 5720.44C (chapter 7, section 0702-2-c.3) states that all Navy websites must display the above image on their homepages. This image should be hyperlinked to the Military Crisis Line (www.militarycrisisline.net). For more resources, contact Military OneSource (call 1-800-342-9647), the Real Warriors live chat or your local Navy chaplain.
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