The Know the Signs suicide prevention campaign team implemented a variety of activities to facilitate the adaptation of suicide prevention materials for the Korean community in California. The process included a workgroup of statewide stakeholders who guided the development of the materials and offered insights on the population's cultural perspectives on suicide prevention efforts and effective approaches to reach potential helpers in the Korean community. This report also includes demographic information, notes from the focus group that tested the materials as well as information about the partnership with Los Angeles Department of Mental Health (LADMH) for the distribution of customized materials in Los Angeles County. The Appendix includes a translation of the materials. One report is provided: Full workgroup Report: KTS Materials for the Korean CommunityCultural Handout: KTS Materials for the Korean Community The handout provides a brief overview of the language adaptation and design process, as well as information about the community partners that were part of the process. Community partners included the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and the Korean Community Services in Orange County. Suicide Prevention Outreach Materials for the Korean Community* Poster (In Korean) This poster has been designed to reach helpers in the general community. The poster can be downloaded in two sizes (8.5 by 11 and 11 by 17) and two versions are provided: a low resolution version suitable for electronic distribution and a print ready version. Poster (In English) This poster has been designed to reach helpers of youth and young adults. The poster can be downloaded in two sizes (8.5 by 11 and 11 by 17) and two versions are provided: a low resolution version suitable for electronic distribution and a print ready version. Brochure (Bilingual in English and Korean) This 8-panel brochure provides information about warning signs, how to find the words to offer support to someone and a link to the campaign website for national and local resources. The final size of the printed, folded brochure is 4" x 9". The brochure features the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, but also has room on the Reach Out panels to include a sticker or stamp with local resource information. Two versions are provided: a low resolution version suitable for electronic distribution and a print ready version. Print Ad (In Korean) This print ad is aimed at helpers in the general public. *Customized materials for Los Angeles county also available upon request.
The following files are available for download: a low resolution pdf that can be emailed to others, a print-ready pdf and the InDesign file CS6. You are welcome to use your own local vendor to customize and print these, but here is one possible vendor who will customize the tear-off pad for a nominal fee of $25-$50. Vendor Info: Tom Booth Allegra San Diego (619) 295-8307 (main) firstname.lastname@example.org www.allegrasandiego.com
Brochures are also available for purchase through the Each Mind Matters Shop.