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Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic (SAFE) Project US

Take the No Shame Pledge

Join our national movement to combat stigma, because there’s No Shame in getting help for mental health and addiction.

SAFE Project believes there’s No Shame in getting help or in talking about mental health and addiction. Join us in creating a nationwide movement by "signing" our pledge to combat negative public perception and support others in speaking up about their own disorders.

Take the pledge to support the ability to get help without judgement and receive your certificate in acknowledgement of your commitment to saving lives by fighting the stigma.

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There's #NoShame in Getting Help for Mental Health & Addiction (safeproject.us)


SAFE Project’s Volunteer Program gives community members, families, friends, and others a tangible way to serve, contribute their skills and experiences to a meaningful cause, and to help overcome the opioid and addiction epidemic in the United States.

Current statistics show that volunteering not only helps the community but the volunteer, as well:

  • Those who volunteer find they have a 27% higher chance of employment, according to the Corporation from National and Community Service.
  • More than 92% of human resource executives agree that contributing to a nonprofit can improve employees’ leadership skills (2016 Deloitte Impact Survey).

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About Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic (SAFE) Project US

Location:

3118 WASHINGTON BLVD BOX 101734, ARLINGTON, VA 22201, US

Mission Statement

To contribute in a tangible way to overcoming the addiction epidemic in the United States.

Description

SAFE Project was founded in November 2017 by Admiral James and Mary Winnefeld, following the loss of their 19-year old son Jonathan to an accidental opioid overdose. Read more about Jonathan Winnefeld.

The Winnefelds immediately channeled their grief into action, hoping to save more families from the pain of loss. Whether it was seeking treatment, getting answers, or understanding the nature of the disease - they knew there needed to be a different solution to help other families facing the same journey with substance use disorder.

They swiftly built our SAFE Project team of experts who strive for meaningful action through our programs, and lead efforts that are unifying, non-partisan and evidence-based. SAFE seeks meaningful metrics that strengthen our interdependent six lines of operation, and ultimately aim to achieve SAFE Communities, SAFE Campuses, SAFE Workplaces and SAFE Veterans across the nation.

LGBTQ+
Veterans & Military Families
Women

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • General Education
  • Mentoring
  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

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