A Collaborative Veteran Advocacy Campaign to Reduce Veteran Suicide and End Veteran Medical Debt
To found uniquely collaborative relationships in which members partner to help each other polish their mission, promote each other’s best interests and share in each other’s success.
Following the wisdom that “all of us are smarter than any of us,” we believe that anything that is worth doing is worth being done in the company of like-minded people and organizations.
This is where Let's Rethink This, as Mission Lead, puts to work our credo: “If you want to travel fast, travel alone. If you want to travel far, travel with others. If you want to travel far and wide, travel with us.”
This was the experience of LRT co-founder Jerry Ashton when he co-created and grew RIP Medical Debt and created campaigns with donors, companies and the faith-based community to attract both local and national attention. Enough so that RIP has raised to date enough funds to buy and abolish over $7 billion in medical debt for over 4 million Americans.
It's all about awareness and impact networking – “If they don’t know about you, they can’t do anything about you.”
Understanding that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to ending Veteran suicide, we set about to build a cooperative network of "Solution Providers" - each offering their own unique approaches and technologies they have developed to mitigate this tragedy.
Each solution provider shares thoughts and resources to assist others in the community and in turn are benefited. Campaign originator Let's Rethink This then promotes these successes through extensive awareness campaigns.
Want to know more about our community approach and awareness focus can help support your project? Contact us and let's set up a time to discuss what has gotten you this far...and is possibly now keeping you there.
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This is a singular campaign to search out, spotlight and ignite the work done by individuals and organizations who intend to resolve two exceptionally grave problems burdening our veterans: an abnormally high rate of suicide and some $6 billion in unpaid medical debt owed through the VA hospital system.
We are welcoming these Solution Providers as well as their supporters, partners, and resources along with the sponsors and Angel Investors who will help fund their work. A special thanks to the veteran and civilian reporters in our “Media Pool” who will get these efforts the press they need and deserve.
If any of the above listings are in your wheelhouse and you would like to participate, you can start by filling out your personal profile and if appropriate a page describing you, your organization and chosen role.
To engage with members, visit Groups. This is where members from different organizations can collaborate, search for support or collect data.