Life is Worth Living Magnet Now Available

From the Suicide Prevention Program Office

You asked for them, now they’re here, and they’re Free!

The new magnet lists a telephone line that is manned 24 hours a day – choose #1 and talk to someone who’s familiar with military life, or, go to the website for a live chat or the Self-Check Quiz.

The magnet is the result of focus group feedback from Sailors, leaders, and family members. The design is based on the web link displayed on every official Navy website that promotes “Life is Worth Living.” Service members, veterans and their families have said putting a magnet on a refrigerator makes the contact information easy to find when they want someone to talk to or need help or information.

Magnets come in batches of 50 and are now available to order for FREE through your official command supply channel.

How to order:

Contact your command supply department. Your command Logistics Specialist can place the order through the Naval Logistics Library. The magnets are free and are available to order in packages of 50.  Depending on the size of your command, you can order two packages or twenty, etc. If you are an Ombudsman or Family Readiness Group (FRG) leader, you’ll go through your local Fleet and Family Support Center.

Publication Number: NAVPERS60008 Suicide Prevention Helpline magnet 3”x5”

Help us spread the word about Suicide Prevention resources by handing them out at:

Command trainings
FRG meetings
Deployment family briefs
Place them in common spaces

For more information on how to order this product and others including, Sailor designed Suicide Prevention posters, as well as brochures for Sailors and families visit www.suicide.navy.mil.

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