Thank you for joining the No Shame Movement and pledging your commitment to learning more about the disease of addiction and the mental health challenges that contribute to it. Stigma remains the #1 barrier to seeking help.
Share the Pledge
Join us in our mission to end stigma by spreading the No Shame Movement! We all know someone who has been impacted by mental health and substance use disorder, but we fail to talk openly about it. Silence perpetuates the stigma.
Share a Photo of Yourself & Your Pledge!
- Download your pledge certificate — a PDF was sent to your email address.
- Either print your certificate or load it up on a phone or tablet.
- Take a selfie holding up the certificate and send it to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Share on social media and tag us @SafeProjectUS and #NoShame
Please note: You could be featured on SAFE Project’s marketing materials.
Invite someone to take the No Shame Pledge
Help us in furthering this nationwide movement by inviting someone you know to take the #NoShame Pledge, to combat stigma and support others in speaking up about their own substance use disorder or mental health challenges.
Use this email language to invite your network!
Learn More About Addiction and Mental Health
Check out the resources below to learn more about addiction and mental health.
- Recovery allies and community members: volunteer with SAFE Project.
- Community leaders: sign up for the community playbook and take the steps necessary to implement sustainable strategies.
- Students: learn more about our leadership academy and collegiate recovery programs.
- Veterans: military service members have a unique set of needs.
- Employers: do your workplace policies address the hiring and ongoing support of employees in recovery?
Nearly 108,000 Americans lost their lives to overdoses in 2021. This is the highest number of Americans lost to overdoses ever recorded. Your gift will help stop this addiction fatality epidemic.
Thank you for your support! Together, we can reach our goal and save a life every day.