Behavior Management Services is proud to support the NO MORE Campaign that directly addresses the silence and inaction of our Society in addressing Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. The NO MORE PSA Campaign was spearheaded by the Joyful Heart Foundation, one of the many championing organizations behind the NO MORE movement and was directed by the actress Mariska Hargitay, the Foundation’s President and Founder. The Campaign, involving more than 40 celebrities and public figures to engage bystanders to get involved, was developed in partnership with Y& R, Executive Creative Director/ Writer, Rachel Howald, and world-renowned celebrity photographer Timothy White.
NO MORE involves a broad coalition of funders, advocacy and service organizations and private sector volunteers from the top ranks of leading corporations, mediaCompanies and major branding and design firms.
Too often, the realities about domestic violence and sexual assault remain hidden in the shadows, the victims riddled with shame and stigma. Despite the progress that has been made on these issues, there remains a critical need to expose and talk about this subject in the public domain. NO MORE reflects the aspiration to create a society in which there are no more domestic violence and no more sexual assault. As with the peace sign, the yellow “support our troops” ribbon, the red AIDS ribbon or the pink breast cancer ribbon, the goal is to use this new symbol to help spark a national dialogue and move the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault higher on the