Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

A downloadable app, telephone hotline, and website that students can use to report a classmate who may be at risk of harming themselves or others.
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Program Overview

This program builds on the Say Something program and is available to a select number of school districts and for state-wide partnerships. Additional training for school district personnel and local law enforcement are required elements of this program.

From an Educator

Recognize The Signs

Learn about different types of warning signs or threats and where you are likely to find them, especially on social media.

Act Immediately, Take it seriously

Understand strategies to take action and overcome potential barriers to being an “upstander” rather than a “bystander.”

Say Something

Learn how to intervene by telling a trusted adult or using an anonymous reporting system.

Students in our Say Something program.

What will students and educators learn?

Say Something teaches the observable warning signs (written, spoken, photographed, in video, etc) that often exist in behaviors that could lead to someone hurting themselves or others. It also teaches individuals to safely report warning signs and potential threats. Additionally, the program provides tools to help promote and reinforce the Say Something training.

say something anonymous reporting system (grades 6-12)

This program builds on the Say Something program and is available to a select number of school districts and for state-wide partnerships. ** Additional training for school district personnel and local law enforcement are required elements of this program.

Anonymous Reporting Works

208

Confirmed lives saved

60,000+

Anonymous reports received

2+ Million

Program participants nationally

2,050

Interventions on violence or self-harm

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