COALITION OF SAILORS AGAINST DESTRUCTIVE DECISIONS MONTHLY TOPICS

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AMPN/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1500.80, COALITION OF SAILORS AGAINST DESTRUCTIVE 
DECISIONS PEER MENTORING PROGRAM//
 
RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the 2014 monthly topics for the Peer 
Mentorship Program, Coalition of Sailors Against Destructive Decisions 
(CSADD).  The CSADD program began as a grassroots initiative to tackle the 
increasing number of driving under the influence incidences among junior 
Sailors in 2008 and has grown to be a valuable Navy-wide program with over 
300 chapters and sub-chapters fleet-wide.  Throughout our organizations, 
junior Sailors are stepping up to help leadership communicate Navy's mission 
and promote good decision making on and off-duty.  In 2011, CSADD adopted the 
theme "Navigating Success" and created a logo (ship's wheel with "Maintaining 
Our Course" at the bottom of the wheel).  Numerous CSADD videos, posters, and 
informational products are available via command CSADD chapter Facebook pages 
and YouTube. These creative and innovative products reinforce Navy's twenty-
first century Sailor vision, championing messages concerning bystander 
intervention, stress management, nutrition, physical fitness, mental fitness, 
responsible use of alcohol, on and off-duty safety, and 
inclusion.  Additionally, these products do an outstanding job of 
communicating information about Navy prevention programs including suicide, 
sexual assault, child abuse, alcohol/drug abuse and domestic violence.
 
2.  The CSADD program is not the single remedy for all destructive behaviors 
in the Navy but if Sailors closest to the issues (junior sailors age 18-25) 
want to participate in finding solutions, top down leadership support is 
critical for this bottom up movement. The key focus areas each month are as 
follows: 

    A.  January - Planning a Family During Your Navy Career/Fleet and Family 
Support Centers
        (1) Family Support Programs (Mental Health and Family Counseling)
        (2) Personal Finance Management (Car Buying/House Buying Strategies)
        (3) Career Counseling
        (4) Resume Writing and Entrepreneurship
    B.  February - Responsible Use of Alcohol
        (1) Keep What You've Earned
        (2) Who Will Stand Your Watch
    C.  March - Navy Nutrition
        (1) Incorporating Families
        (2) Go For Green Program
        (3) Nourish Program
        (4) Vending Machine Strategies
    D.  April - Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness
    E.  May - Physical Fitness
        (1) Command/Personal Program Integrity
        (2) Healthy Waistline
        (3) Fitness and Your Navy Career
    F.  June - Motorcycle Safety
    G.  July - Off-Duty Recreation
        (1) Indoor and Outdoor Sports Safety
        (2) Grilling Safety Tips
    H.  August - CSADD Volunteer Outreach
    I.  September - Suicide Awareness ACT (Ask, Care, Treat)
        (1) A Sense of Community
        (2) What it Means to "Thrive" (Personal Responsibility and Community 
Support)
    J.  October - Domestic Violence Prevention and Awareness/Drug Abuse 
Prevention and Awareness
        (1) Anger Management
        (2) Family Advocacy and Assistance
        (3) Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness (Buy-Back Program)
        (4) Tobacco Cessation
    K.  November - Sailor Resiliency (Health, Physical, and Deployment 
Readiness)
        (1) Operational Stress Management
        (2) Deployment Health Assessment
        (3) Navy Family Accountability and Assessment System Update
        (4) Power of Attorney/Will
    L.  December - Safe Driving Planning (S.A.F.E.T.Y.)
        (1) Speeding
        (2) Alcohol
        (3) Fatigue
        (4) Ejection (Seatbelts)
        (5) Texting
        (6) YOU (You Can Avoid These Situations)
 
3.  These key focal training topics are designed to provoke thought and 
inspire young leaders to discuss these issues, and create awareness through a 
variety of social networks and activities at the most junior 
level.  Leadership efforts to inspire and support these groups and activities 
will enable continued success as our young sailors take on leadership 
challenges on and off-duty.
 
4.  Additional information will be posted on the CSADD website at
Http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
npc/support/21st_century_sailor/csadd/pages/default2.aspx.  In addition, 
chapters are encouraged to use their CSADD Facebook page to post best 
practices and share planned activities and initiatives.
 
5.  Resiliency of our sailors and their families is the ultimate 
goal.  Achieving success and eliminating destructive decisions from our Navy 
will take collaboration between CSADD and other Navy readiness and resiliency 
programs.
 
6.  Point of contact is Ms. Amanda Alston, CSADD Program Manager, at (901) 
874-6723 or via e-mail at amanda.alston(at)navy.mil.
 
7.  Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//
 
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