You know, suicide has been getting a bad rap lately. What it really needs is an image-enhancement campaign.
You know, suicide has been getting a bad rap lately. What it really
needs is an image-enhancement campaign.
Well, sort of. PR firm Allyn & Company has created a new image for the
Dallas-based Suicide and Crisis Center (SCC), which has provided
counseling and other support services to Texans for the past 30
The SCC’s new look calls attention to awareness and education programs
while underscoring the message of prevention.
In case you didn’t get the message, though, the SCC’s logo has the
letter ’i’ in ’Crisis’ standing outside of the logo, to demonstrate how
people suffering from depression may feel. So they feel like the letter
What’s wrong with that? There are plenty of great words that have an ’i’
in them - integrated, synergies and spin, to name a few.
’We wanted people suffering from depression to know that they are not
alone. The space for the ’i’ indicates there is a place for that
individual,’ said Katherine Kurtz, SCC board member and PR committee
Well, we feel a lot better now. Pass the Prozac, please.