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Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

The only anonymous reporting system to provide a holistic solution to school violence prevention. Featuring educational program, easy-to-use reporting technology, ongoing curriculum, and sustainability support.

If your school has the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System, you can submit a mental health or safety concern on our tips page. 

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Program Overview

The Say Something Anonymous Reporting System enables students to anonymously report an issue 24/7/365 through an app, hotline, or website when they see a classmate who is at risk of harming themselves or others.

From an Educator

Your Students Will Learn How to Save a Life in 3 Easy Steps

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.

What Sets Our Program Apart from Other Systems?

Your students will benefit from a comprehensive, inclusive approach to violence prevention:

  • Robust student training and support curriculum
  • Alignment with CASEL social-emotional learning standards
  • Adult user training for school and district teams
  • 3 convenient ways to report tips via phone, app, and web
  • American Association of Suicidology (AAS) Accredited Crisis Center
  • Highly skilled crisis counselors responding to tips within seconds
  • Dedicated onboarding team to set you up for success
  • Ongoing support with sustaining the program

Your Trusted Violence Prevention Solution

The Say Something Anonymous Reporting System is in over 120 school districts across the country, as well as the states of North Carolina and Pennsylvania—and counting! If you would like to bring our program to your community, fill out our webform and one of our Account Managers will contact you within 24 hours.

Counselors at our national crisis center

Our Crisis Center is your partner in preventing tragedy before it happens

Our crisis counsellors are here to support you. They’re:

  • Caring, compassionate Sandy Hook Promise employees
  • Educated, experienced, and highly trained
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English, with translation support for over 600 languages
  • Available 24/7 to help manage the tips and get the crucial information back to you
  • Visit our National Crisis Center page for more information

Anonymous Reporting Works


Confirmed lives saved


Anonymous reports received

6.4+ Million

Program participants nationally


Students helped during mental health crises

Bring our Proven Prevention Programs to your School Community

This form is not for sharing mental health or safety concerns. Submissions are not monitored 24/7, and they are not anonymous.
Click here to Share a Mental Health
or Safety Concern
or call 1 (844) 572-9669

Your Information

No acronyms, please!

No acronyms, please!

Your Information

e.g. Instructional Coach, Assistant Principal, etc.


This is not for sharing mental health or safety concerns. Form submissions are not monitored 24/7 and they are not anonymous.
Click here to Share a Mental Health
or Safety Concern
or call 1 (844) 572-9669