“If a student is hungry, exhausted, scared, traumatized, disconnected, lonely, or feeling like a failure, it will be very difficult for them to achieve their highest capability. We have the ability in our schools and community to help work on these items and to change life trajectories.” - Maslow Before Bloom
Students come to school with much more than the capacity to learn. Their backpacks are full of challenges we can’t see.
Each HELPme implementation comes preloaded with links to crisis helplines and resources in one easy-to-access place. Resources are configurable to meet your specific use-case and can be localized and replaced with your own resources. Resources can take the form of phone numbers, text numbers or URLs.
Connect directly to trained crisis counselors from the HELPme app. Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7, high-quality anonymous text-based mental health support and crisis intervention volunteers to support people in their moments of need.
Using Get Help, students, parents, and staff can directly connect with school and local-based resources and ask for assistance using STOPit's fully configurable state-of-the-art reporting system. Whether it is for everyday needs such as food, transportation, clothing, shelter, medical, or mental health needs such as bullying, anxiety, or domestic violence, help is only a click away.