BID on your chance to meet Megan Mullally backstage after a Broadway performance! #BidForBrady http://t.co/nFkwZ8R7wO
Wow. Interesting piece on how lax gun laws and bad-apple gun dealers are helping fuel violence in Latin America. http://t.co/j0pbsA6WSG
Great editorial on the importance of including suicide in the conversations about gun safety. http://t.co/ZJCBzfBpUN
We're happy to see California step up and make new handguns sold in the state safer! http://t.co/VB0RRx2SN1
Another tragic weekend in Chicago, that once again illustrates the need for commonsense regulations across the board. http://t.co/lvR2Cq6D7x
Join Sandy and Lonnie as they say #NotOneMore! Text Not One More to 877-877! http://t.co/HpBdqe7DmR
It is disgusting that the corporate gun lobby thinks keeping guns out of the hands of domestic abusers is a bad thing http://t.co/uRLUU2sRSC
We are honored to work with @MamaRedfield and @PapaRedfield every day. They are inspirations to us all. http://t.co/5lFW7lIbeE
Great look at gun violence in the US from @RawStory --Can anything slow down America’s epidemic of gun violence? http://t.co/gL7xkGdlx3
Us too! RT @CSGV: .@bradybuzz: We look forward to the day where #Congress does the right thing and protects its citizens

Public Health and Safety

Public health education campaigns are critical to inspiring individuals to make safer choices around gun ownership and access. There are 300 million guns in households across America, the majority owned by law-abiding citizens. Yet it is these guns that result in the majority of gun deaths and injuries every year. We must address how we think about the guns in our communities and in our homes.

Other public health issues, such as drinking and driving, and smoking, have shown how public health education campaigns can have a significant impact and positively change social norms around dangerous and risky behavior.

Our “ASK” and “Suicide Proof Your Home” campaigns have demonstrated that we can have a meaningful, quantifiable impact on public attitudes and behaviors by educating the public about the relative risks and benefits of gun ownership in an honest and credible way.

Our “SPEAK UP” campaign and the anonymous 1-866-SPEAK-UP hotline have shown that students are willing to be part of the solution to prevent violence, including gun violence, in their schools and communities when given the opportunity to do so.

Click on the links below to learn more about our public health education campaigns: