Introducing a new program from the Michigan Department of the Attorney General
OK2SAY is a program to help students confidentially report anything that threatens their safety or the safety of others.
Break the Culture of Silence:
In many instances, students don't say anything about potentially dangerous situations out of fear of rejection, retaliation, or confusion about where to seek help. OK2SAY creates an early warning system in our schools to stop tragedies before they start. It's a way for students to break the culture of silence by connecting them to adult authorities who can help.
Tips can be submitted by telephone, text, email, web, or via the mobile app. Once a tip is received, trained OK2SAY operators will determine which organization is best suited to handle the tip and forward it accordingly. Most tips will likely be forwarded to schools and local law enforcement agencies but may, in some instances, also go to Community Mental Health or the Department of Human Services.
· By phone: 1-8-555-OK2SAY (1-855-565-2729)
· Text: 652729 (OK2SAY)
· Email: email@example.com
· Web: www.mi.gov/ok2say
· Mobile App: Available in the app stores for iPhone and Android.
If you would like additional information or have questions, please visit www.mi.gov/ok2say or contact Russ McKenzie, phone: (248)589-3943 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org