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The following resources are designed to provide local schools and communities more information about how they can use Safe2Tell Colorado in their communities and classrooms. For more information about Safe2Tell Colorado training and learning opportunities, visit our Education and Outreach page or email our administrative office at

Safe2Tell Social Media Toolkit

For use by Safe2Tell schools' and partners' on their social media outlets. 

COVID-19 Public Service Announcements

In June of 2020, Safe2Tell received federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) funding, appropriated to Safe2Tell by the General Assembly, which allows the program to conduct new, COVID-19 specific, statewide outreach through the end of the 2020 calendar year. Outreach includes a multifaceted digital marketing strategy that incorporates a series of public service announcements. 


Teen Mental Health Public Service Announcements

Suicide is Safe2Tell Colorado's most reported tip year after year. In 2019, Safe2Tell partnered with Janicek Media to develop a series of public service announcements to help increase awareness about youth suicide and other mental health issues that students struggle with every day.  The PSA's feature Colorado teenagers who courageously "broke the silence" by sharing their personal testamonials with the hope of ending the stigma surrounding talking about mental health concerns.


What is Safe2Tell Colorado? Learn about the history and purpose behind making it Safe2Tell in Colorado


Student Education Video (Elementary)


Student Education Video (Middle and High School)


How Safe2Tell works with schools and law enforcement