Say Something


Teaches youth and teen, grades 6-12, how to recognize signs & signals-especially on social media from individuals who may want to hurt themselves or others. Say something teaches them how and why to go to a trusted adult to get help.

Students and their peers are actively involved in communities offline and in social media, but sometimes they don't understand what they are seeing.

SAY SOMETHING teaches, students, educators, parents and community leaders to:

Sometimes students are afraid to speak out because they think they will be considered a snitch or be alienated or physically hurt. This is why Say Something teaches children the difference between telling someone and saying something to get help.

Caring for each other is a value we promote in school and beyond, both in face-to-face interactions and online.

We are sending this brief guide to parents because we hope that the conversation will continue at home and throughout the community.