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    Operation: Safe Lives

    Bullying Elimination is critical for Safe Lives for everyone.

    Eliminating bullying not only improves the immediate well-being of individuals but also prevents a cascade of negative consequences that can lead to loss of life. It creates a safer and more supportive environment for everyone, ultimately saving lives by promoting mental and physical health, reducing violence, and preventing destructive coping mechanisms.

    According to the CDC, our youth, in particular, are affected by suicide and homicide:

    • Suicide rates for people aged 10–24 increased from 2007 through 2021 (from 6.8 deaths per 100,000 to 11.0), while homicide rates declined from 2006 through 2014, and then increased through 2021.
    • For people aged 10–14, the suicide rate tripled from 2007 through 2018 (from 0.9 to 2.9), and then did not change significantly through 2021, while the homicide rate doubled from 2016 through 2021.
    • For people aged 15–19, the suicide rate increased from 2009 through 2017, and the homicide rate decreased from 2006 through 2013 but then increased through 2021, surpassing the suicide rate in 2020.
    • For people aged 20–24, the suicide rate increased over the entire period, while the homicide rate increased from 2014 through 2020 and remained unchanged in 2021.

    But adults are vulnerable too:

    • 1.7 million adults attempted suicide in 2021.
    • 48,183 adults committed suicide in the same year.
    • 45,300 women and girls were killed by family members in 2021. 

    Operation: Safe Lives, by The Camel Project, offers programs for both youth and adults to break the cycle of abuse, trauma and suicide:

    Core Program (Youth or Adults)

    Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) training, Deconstructing the Culture of Bullying: Preventing Bullying-Based Violence (Schools or Workplace) program.

    Sustaining Programs or Stand Alone (Youth or Adults)

    • B.E.L.L.Y. (Building Emotional Long-term Love for Yourself) is a goal-oriented, growth-focused approach to understanding thoughts, beliefs, actions, and reactions through interactive, experiential curriculum and exercises.
    • The Art of Storytelling: No More Secrets
    • Bullying, Stress, and Burnout: It's a Thing!

    Contact us to learn more.




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