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Take a STAND! to prevent and reduce substance abuse, sexual assault, suicide and safety violations.

Reducing the four "S" behaviors will create an increased sense of safety and well-being for Soldiers, family members, retirees, veterans and civilians.

Learn more about this awareness campaign in the Hawaii Army Weekly.



  • Safety
  • Sexual Assault
  • Suicide
  • Substance Abuse
  • Youth

Safety is an everyday issue, whether at work, home or play. All must practice safety when driving, socializing or working.

The Directorate of Installation Safety oversees workplace safety, facility inspections, training, accisent reporting and motorcycle safety on post. Call 656-1173 to learn more.

A Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Prevention Resource Center opened near the U.S. Army Health Clinic-Schofield Barracks and is a one-stop shop with all the resources available to respond to victims and investigate and to prosecute cases of sexual assault, as well as to educate everyone about sexual harassment and the behaviors that can lead to sexual assault.

SHARPThe SHARP hotline provides 24/7 response to active duty soldiers and family member/ dependant 18 years or older, who are victims of sexual assault by an offender who is not a spouse or intimate partner. If you have been a victim of sexual assault call the 24/7 dedicated hotline 808-655-9474.

Learn more about the Suicide Prevention Program.

ACEWhen stressors such as relationships, finances or job stress issues become overwhelming, asking for help is a sign of strength. If you or someone you know needs help, please talk with them.

Use the ACE training:

Ask (ask if they are suicidal),
Care (listen to their concerns),
Escort (never leave them alone – call for help). 

The Hawaii Suicide Prevention Access line number is 808-831-3200, or call 911 if you need an ambulance.

ASAP“Don’t drink and drive” and “get a designated driver” have become familiar platitudes, but these messages must be put into action to avoid vehicular and personal injuries.

Learn more about the Army Sustance Abuse Program, including programs like: Prevention Education, Clinical Counseling Services, Suicide Prevention & Education, Military and Civilian Drug Testing, Risk Reduction, Employee Assistance Program and Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Service (ASACS).

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