May is National Stop the Bleed Month
Bleeding from unintentional trauma is a leading cause of preventable death in the United States and across the world. Approximately 20,000 to 30,000 die each year from bleeding that could have been controlled. Stop the Bleed is a bystander first-aid training program that gives the general public the knowledge and skills they need to save a life.
National Stop the Bleed Month is an international public awareness campaign.
Stop the Bleed is a bystander bleeding control program administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security with the goal of reducing the number of Americans dying each year from potentially survivable bleeding. National Stop the Bleed Month is a grassroots public awareness campaign to increase participation in bystander bleeding control education and access to bleeding control kits in public spaces.
Get involved with National Stop the Bleed Month by taking a bleeding control class near you, teaching a bleeding control class in your community, or hosting a bleeding control class at your business or venue.
National Stop the Bleed Month is supported by the following commercial organizations. Visit each company to see how they are helping to stop the bleed!