Be Safe At Last!
Be Safe At Last is a brand developed by the Sexual Assault Center of Tennessee. The Sexual Assault Center (SAC), started in 1978, is the only place in Middle Tennessee that specializes in treatment for sexual assault victims. Our counselors are specialists in the field and have worked with thousands of the survivors, half of whom are children. With treatment, we are able to successfully restore emotional health to children and adults, both male and female. We take a holistic approach of working with the entire family. Beyond individual treatment, we have group therapy sessions for children, teens, men, women, and families of survivors.
Be Safe At Last is a new division of the SAC (Sexual Assault Center) that serves to promote its Primary Safety Curriculum to private & public schools nationwide. Promoted products were created & refined inside the educational facilities at SAC’s current area of operation.
Be Safe At Last products are web-based, interactive curriculum that engage & empower children through interactive technology.
Private, Public & Charter Schools. Specifically the decision makers involved (counselors, teachers, principles, parents) with purchasing or specifying curriculum within. Think clean, professional, bright, & positive.
BSAL should convey SAC’s goal of educating & empowering children to discern healthy & safe life choices that are required for safe navigation of their formative years. These products engage children via creative interactive curriculum that deliver health & personal safety concepts in a fun & engaging manner.
BSAL should be created from the principles within these keywords: Primary Safety Curriculum, Keeping Kids Safe, Primary Prevention, Abuse Prevention Through Education, Assertiveness, Healthy Relationships, Safe and Unsafe Situation Discernment. Kids - Be Safe At Last!
BSAL should visually convey the following:
Clean, professional, bright, not busy, positive, considers teachers / principles / parents and educational principles throughout design. The logo should include both the brand name and icon element(s).
It could take the form of an “educational seal” that contains visual elements oriented towards the information above. This is an open idea.
We require full vector version formats, full rights to all imagery & concepts contained within.