The purpose of this requirement is to provide users the skills and knowledge to keep themselves, fellow Soldiers, family members, friends, and others safe from suicide. In 2018, Army Directive 2018-07-7, Prioritizing Efforts – Readiness and Lethality (Update 7) removed Ask, Care, Escort training as the training curriculum for suicide awareness training. Suicide awareness training was replaced at the discretion of the Commander.
RFP for Suicide Awareness Campaign RFP - 061 - 2023-17 Summary Mental Health Leola Rogers Prof Services Request for Proposals(RFP) Published On : 6/8/22 Amended On : Closing On : 7/8/22 2:00 PM CDT Time Left: 15 Days, 16:29:56 Intent Posted On: Open
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Department of Mental Health (ADMH) is soliciting proposals for a public campaign to raise awareness on suicide prevention and substance use disorders within the State of Alabama. Proposals will be accepted until 2:00 pm on Friday, July 8, 2022. The submission of a proposal does not guarantee the award of a contract. Any contract resulting from the proposal is not effective until it has received all required governmental approvals and signatures.
USCG Sector Anchorage & USCG Base Kodiak have a requirement to purchase: PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 INTENT: The intent of this project is to host a mental health awareness trainer and speaker on mental health, suicide awareness and prevention, organizational culture, and leadership.
The requirement will be for a contractor-created, individual suicide awareness and prevention training that is web-based and accessible to all 12,000 DCMA military and civilian employees. The requirement is only for creation and generation of the training itself. DCMA is requesting responses from industry in regards to this requirement.
Marin County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services is seeking proposals from qualified bidders to provide services for awareness of mental health, suicide and substance use, create safe and healthy environments for sharing and increase knowledge of community resources.
The Government's primary objectives are: • To promote suicide prevention awareness to Soldiers, DA civilians, Retirees and Family Members. • Minimize the adverse effects of suicidal behavior on unit cohesion. Preserve mission effectiveness and war fighting capability.