Safe2Say Something Reporting Resources
Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students,
In the interest of public safety and security, we are posting the following agency contact numbers and web links so that you can access these at any time to obtain professional services if needed.
IF YOU FEEL YOUR CHILD IS IN IMMEDIATE DANGER OF SELF-HARM, WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE YOU TO CALL 911 OR THE SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE AT 1-800-273-8255.
PLEASE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING LIST OF SUPPORT AGENCIES DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS:
- Emergency Services: 911
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
- ChildLine: 1-800-932-0313
- Abuse Support/Blackburn Center: 724-836-1122 or 1-888-832-2272
- Behavioral Health: 1-800-353-3467
- State Police-Kiski Barracks: 724-697-5780
- Southwest Greensburg Police: 724-834-8730
- City of Greensburg Police: 724-834-3800
- South Greensburg Police: 724-832-2915
- Mutual Aid: 724-837-6134
- SAFE2SAY Website: www.safe2saypa.org
- Phone: 1-844-SAF2SAY (1-844-723-2729)
The PA Office of the Attorney General has opened an anonymous tipline for school safety issues called Safe 2 Say.
The program is designed for students to be able to report tips related to individual student or school safety.
Students are encouraged to:
- Look for warning signs.
- Act immediately.
- Say something.
The emphasis remains to “say something” to a trusted adult from in school or outside of school. However, if a trusted adult is not available, this tipline can be accessed three ways–the app, a website, or a phone number.
The anonymous tipline has a three-stage process:
- Tips are submitted.
- The 24/7 Crisis Center triages the tip for action.
- Local Law Enforcement and School Officials partner to intervene and help individuals and schools remain safe.