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OK2SAY is the student safety program which allows students to confidentially report tips on potential harm or criminal activities directed at students, school employees, and schools. It uses a comprehensive communication system to facilitate tip sharing among students, parents, school personnel, community mental health service programs, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and law enforcement officials about harmful behaviors that threaten to disrupt the learning environment.
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Anyone can confidentially report tips on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools.

Anyone who receives a threat or knows of a threat of violence against a community or individual should contact local law enforcement or call 9-1-1.
Non-emergency tips can be submitted in the following ways:


For Parents

Below are links to some information about some of those not-so-fun, but oh-so-important topics that kids and teens have to confront every day. These resources are here to keep you safe and provide you with ways to get help for yourself, a friend, or another who might be struggling. 


 Anxiety, Stress, and Depression           Bullying
 Child Abuse  Cyberbullying
 Dating Violence  Online Safety
 Preventing School Violence  Self-Harm
 Sexting and Sextortion  Substance Use Disorder
 Suicide  Tobacco Products

For Teachers & Counselors

Students who do not feel safe at school have a harder time reaching their academic potential. OK2SAY is available to support your efforts by providing activities and ideas to help bring positive change. Consider having your students take the pledge and use OK2SAY to bring kindness, inclusion, and awareness activities into your school.

Additional Teacher/Counselor Resources

Here are some questions to help you spark thoughtful discussion after an OK2SAY presentation:

Suicide Prevention

When a person is in crisis, family members may have many questions. This toolkit is designed to provide some answers. While no one can guarantee someone else's safety, this information may help you feel more confident and better prepared to give the care and attention your loved one needs through this challenging time.

The toolkit is designed for the family member of a person 15-24 years of age who is experiencing a difficult time in his/her life. If your loved one is a different age, you will likely still find this information helpful.