Logan Blackman


Be the Difference


Suicide Prevention Lifeline: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Contact Information: 1-800-273-8255


Suicide Prevention: 60 Second AD


In 2017, 47,173 Americans died by suicide, and there were over 1,400,000 suicide attempts in that same year. The age-adjusted suicide rate in 2017 was 14 per 100,000 individuals. On average, there are 129 suicides per day. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention actually believes those numbers to be higher, we can help lower those numbers exponentially. If you notice your friend or someone you know distancing themselves, if you see them rarely smiling, if you notice a distinct change in their behavior, engage with them, ask them if they’re alright and if you can do anything to help. You asking them could mean the difference between life and death. Contact the Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 for free and confidential support. This message brought you by the Suicide Prevention Hotline and the Ad Council.



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Suicide Prevention: 30 Second AD



Audio

 

Garage door opens, car drives into garage

 

 

The car shuts off and now you can hear

footsteps walking towards the door

 

 

Man- “I’m home!” Silence Man- “Hey, I’m home!”

 

 

 

 

Man- “Oh my God!”

 

 

 

 

 

Man- “I am so sorry.”

Voice Over- “Do something before it’s 

too late. If you notice someone has had 

a change in mood or behavior, or seems 

to be distancing themselves, have 

them contact the Suicide Prevention 

Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. That one 

call can mean the difference between 

life and death.

 

Video

 

 

We see a man sitting in the driver’s seat of the car

 

 

The man walks into the house

 

 

The man, confused, walks up the stairs to his son’s bedroom

 

You see a teenage boy, lying there on the ground. You see a bottle of pills on the ground next to him. The man dives to the ground to be with his son.



Suicide Prevention: 15 Second AD


Audio

 

We here the footsteps on the upstairs carpet

 

We here a knock on the door

 

Dad- “Hey, is it alright if we talk for a little bit?”

 

 

 

 

 

Dad- “It’s ok, it’s ok.”

 

Voice Over- If you feel a loved one is in pain. If they are acting different or seem to be distancing themselves, talk to them. Let them know they are loved. You never know what someone is going through. If you or a loved one has ever contemplated suicide, contact the Suicide Prevention Hotline, it could save your life.

Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

We see the son open up the door, eyes watering. We see a gun on the night stand with a letter next to it. The dad embraces his son.