Welcome to the Student / Home version of the Report it app. Report it is a leading provider of independent third party subscription based communication ...
Welcome to the Student / Home version of the Report it app. Report it is a leading provider of independent third party subscription based communication services. We have been providing service to the EDU community since 1999. The objective of Report it is to encourage students to speak up and communicate when they feel that their safety or the safety of others may be at risk. The Report it Student / Home version app for iPhone was built with the same premise in mind. The Report it app allows students and parents to establish their own bully prevention and school safety notification and alert protocol from their smart phone. The Report it Student / Home version provides an organized structure of key contacts and help resources. The app is designed to provide easy access as well as support and encouragement to individuals to communicate or seek assistance when they feel their safety or the safety of others may be at risk. This app neatly and conveniently organizes multiple contacts as well as allows users to take a picture or video and send it to stored contacts and resources via email. *Please note - Anonymous communication is only available if your school, college or university subscribes and is enrolled with the Report it service. To report it anonymously you can call the toll free number or log in to Report it using your schools access codes. Otherwise, any/all communication via the app to your stored contacts, home, school or other, as well as stored help resources, is direct communication between you and your contacts and/or resources. Home, School and Help Resources The app allows users to personalize and build in their own set of key contacts and additional helpline resources. The app also provides stored national helplines, for suicide prevention or crisis counseling. â€¨For Suicide Prevention contact we have linked: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/. The Lifeline is a toll-free suicide prevention hotline network comprised of over 150 local crisis centers across the United States. Those who are in crisisâ€â€or who know someone in crisisâ€â€can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK, at any time of day to be connected to a trained crisis counselor. For Crisis Counseling contact we have linked with: The Boys Town National HotlineSMâ€¨â€¨Over the past 20 years, the Boys Town National HotlineSM has helped more than 8 million teens, parents and families. The Boys Town National HotlineSM is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and staffed by specially trained Boys Town counselors. It is accredited by the American Association of Suicidiology (AAS). Parents, teens and families can find help with the following: Suicide prevention, parenting troubles, anger, physical abuse, school issues, chemical dependency, relationship problems, depression, emotional abuse, runaways and much more.
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Day of release: 0000-00-0