Did you know that when it comes to threats of violence or suicide, most are known by at least one other person BEFORE the incident takes place? Say Something teaches students, grades 6-12, how to look for warning signs, signals and threats - especially in social media - from a peer who might be planning to hurt themselves or someone else and to say something to a trusted adult to get help and save a life.
How does Say Something work?
Say Something is a no-cost, easy-to-implement, and life-saving program that can be delivered in the classroom, through assemblies or via student ambassadors. The initial presentation takes 45 minutes or less and the program offers a wide range of activities to ensure sustainability and integration into the school culture throughout the school year.
Say Something Week
During the week of October 24-28, 2016, hundreds of schools and youth organizations from across the United States will participate in Say Something Week. Say Something Week raises awareness and educates students and the community through training, advertising, public proclamations, media events and contests and school awards. Say Something Week reinforces the power young people have to prevent tragedies and save lives when they Say Something to a trusted adult.
Learn more about participating in Say Something Week:
- Frequently Asked Questions: Learn more about Say Something Week.
- Say Something Week Guide: Download this short planning guide that provides you with easy-to-implement ideas, activities and templates your school or youth organization can do in as little as an hour during Say Something Week.
- Say Something Awards: All schools and youth organizations participating in Say Something Week are eligible to apply for Say Something Awards. The Say Something Week Guide contains tips and best practices that will help with your application.
- Say Something Logo: Download the Say Something logo to use in your Say Something Week activities.
Sign up to bring Say Something Week to your school or youth organization: