Bathrooms are the most intimate spaces that we visit everyday and there’s no way to avoid them. This is the reason why Speck and Crisis Text Line have partnered up to get a sticker up in every bathroom in US. “The Sticker Project” campaign officially starts on September 1, the first day of National Suicide Prevention Month.
Crisis Text Line (CTL) is a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week free texting hotline that offers help and support to anyone who is in “Crisis”. In US, to reach a Crisis counselor, just text 741741. Enter The Sticker Project, a free sticker reveals exactly what CTL does. With this project, Nancy Lublin, the CTL founder wants people everywhere to know help is just a text away. Lublin said, “We want everyone to know that there is free, fast, and anonymous help available if they are in crisis”.
Speck, the tech product case company has joined the project to help people in need. Speck CEO Irene Baran told, “We want to get the word out about Crisis Text Line so more people know there is fast, free, and anonymous crisis support available to them any time”.
To get a set of stickers to put in the bathrooms, you can fill a request form. After that, Speck will send you 10 stickers and a poster for free. If you need more stickers and work with a much larger community, Speck will work with you to send a bigger batch stickers. Nothing much to do. It’s very easy to fill the form. Start spreading the word about CTL and help someone to save his/her life.