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Community Participation

There are many opportunities for members of your community to help in our efforts through events and volunteering.

Outreach & Marketing

SafeUT Outreach Request

Want SafeUT to attend an event in your school or community? Requesting a virtual or in-person presentation, or our attendance at a booth has never been easier. Please complete our Outreach Request form.

A member of the SafeUT Team will contact you within three to five business days. We make every effort to get back to you as soon as possible, however if you’re working on a deadline, please make note of it and give us as much notice as you can.

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Marketing Materials Request

Looking for SafeUT marketing materials for your school, organization, community, or event? Want to use our logo? Please complete our Marketing Materials Request form.

A member of the SafeUT Team will contact you within three to five business days. We make every effort to get back to you as soon as possible, however if you’re working on a deadline, please make note of it and give us as much notice as you can.

If you’re looking for digital files, we also ask you to complete our Marketing Materials Request form. These files need to be approved for your use only and should not be altered in any way.

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Are you a company interested in partnering with SafeUT? If so, please complete this Third Party Vendor form. It will be sent to SafeUT Commission members who are part of the SafeUT Third Party Vendor subcommittee for evaluation. One of the subcommittee members will respond to you via email with next steps upon completion of the form.

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Data Dashboard (updated daily)

Dashboard analytics for Safe UT

Reports on how many tips and chats happened, who they came from, and what topics were most common are available upon request.

Annual Reports

2022 Annual Report

SafeUT saw more than 1 million back-and-forth chat messages, 8,537 tips, and 801 potential school threats or acts of violence tips throughout fiscal year 2022. Learn more about how we're growing.

Previous Years

In the News

Date Headline Outlet
12/09/22 Aplicación SafeUT atendió 1 millón de llamadas de padres y estudiantes durante el 2022 Telemundo Utah
12/08/22 SafeUT reaches 1 million messages for the first time
12/08/22 SafeUT app sees success with suicide prevention with more than a million messages exchanged
12/08/22 Report: Assistance through SafeUT youth counseling service on the rise Standard Examiner
11/26/22 Seasonal Depression Creeps in as Cold Months Begin The Daily Utah Chronicle
10/05/22 Designed to keep students safe, SafeUT app sees big increase in activity
09/07/22 Talking about suicide is key to recovery and support KSL TV
08/30/22 Mendenhall: It’s About Time for the 988 Hotline The Daily Utah Chronicle
08/18/22 SafeUT app — made for students — saving two lives per day Axios Salt Lake City
08/09/22 Mental health resources for U of U students KSL TV
06/10/22 Why the SafeUT Frontline App is a Critical Resource for our First Responders HMHI News & Announcements
06/02/22 Mark Hyman Rapaport: SafeUT is Utah’s potential contribution to the gun violence solution The Salt Lake Tribune
05/30/22 First responders grateful for mental health support through SAFE UT Frontline app 2KUTV
05/26/22 Here’s what Utah parents need to know about school safety after the deadly shooting in Texas KUER 90.1
05/25/22 With kids asking ‘How do I survive?’ this is how a Utah doctor suggests talking about a school shooting The Salt Lake Tribune
05/25/22 Experts: SafeUT app has helped thwart threats at Utah schools KSL TV
05/24/22 How a community can address mental health, questions amid mass shootings
05/24/22 SafeUT helping keep schools safe ABC 4
05/24/22 In wake of Texas shooting, a reminder of the SafeUT app KSL News Radio 102.7FM
05/19/22 Bridging the treatment gap: Solutions for families waiting to connect a teen with a therapist KSL TV
05/17/22 SafeUT app catches a large amount of threats to Utah schools
04/12/22 Weapon seized from Draper school after student alerts authorities on SafeUT app
01/22/22 Increasing calls to Utah’s crisis hotline show Utahns are struggling — but they’re also asking for help Deseret News
01/12/22 New report shows success in community crisis intervention programs KSL TV
12/14/21 SafeUT app helps parents, students and schools during safety threats
12/13/21 SafeUT app helped tip police off about West High gun incident 2KUTV
11/17/21 Bullying in Utah: What does it look like?
10/8/21 SafeUT report shows increased utilization and suicidal ideation amongst students State of Reform
9/27/21 The SafeUT app helps suicidal students get help. The program hopes to do the same for Utah's front-line workers
9/27/21 Press Release: SafeUT Annual Report Released UofU Health Public Affairs
9/17/21 Mental health is a surging problem amid COVID-19, especially for kids. What’s Utah doing to meet the need? Deseret News
9/2/21 Mental health resources at kids’ fingertips! This Utah app is a powerful tool that will help KSL Studio 5
8/27/21 SafeUT: Help with any sized problem, any time ABC4 Good Things Utah
6/30/21 MCC developing app to help troubled teens Yahoo News
4/14/21 What's on the minds of Utah's youth? Gov. Cox finds out in teen town hall
4/13/21 How one Utah boy realized he needed help for depression at a young age
4/12/21 Could text counseling be one solution for the teen mental health crisis?
4/6/21 Salt Lake Chamber: 6 ways Utah employers can build workforce resilience, prevent suicide and foster mental fitness
3/29/21 Alta High top Hawk named Utah principal of year Sandy Journal
3/29/21 Here's what Utah is doing now to address 'tsunami' of mental health needs
3/11/21 Local officials ponder recent Cache Valley suicide surge Cache Valley Daily
3/11/21 Bill aimed to increase resources for youth suicide, substance abuse prevention moves through House Cache Valley Daily
2/10/21 Who Ya Gonna Call? How to make sure your next mental-health crisis doesn't become a death sentence. City Weekly
2/5/21 Experts question Utah report that says mental distress hasn’t significantly increased during the pandemic The Salt Lake Tribune
2/4/21 New App Connects First Responders To Immediate Mental Help KSL TV
1/14/21 Huntsman Mental Health Institute at University of Utah dedicated Deseret News
1/14/21 Short, Long-Term Impacts Of Pandemic On Kids’ Mental Health KSL TV
12/22/20 Understanding COVID Fatigue KSL TV


Legislative Bill

"Statistics devastatingly show that suicide is the number one cause of death of Utah children ages 10-12. In addition, our schools and communities are facing crisis-level safely concerns," said Attorney General Reyes. "Because of such alarming realities statewide, our office has worked closely in a very bipartisan manner with legislators, agencies, parents, and advocates to find the right solution."

After studying the issue, the Utah Attorney General’s Office and Sen. Daniel Thatcher proposed legislation in 2014 to form a commission to explore solutions. The legislation passed and the commission was led by the Huntsman Mental Health Institute (formerly the University Neuropsychiatric Institute), already renowned for excellence in crisis call support. In 2015, the SchoolSafety and CrisisLine legislation (SB 175), sponsored by Sen. Thatcher and Rep. Steve Eliason, passed the Utah State Legislature, designating HMHI as the crisis provider and an active commission, chaired out of the Attorney General’s Office, for implementation. The SafeUT app began rolling out to Utah junior high, middle, and high schools in early 2016.

The SafeUT program was developed with funding from the Utah State Legislature in collaboration with the Utah Office of the Attorney General, HMHI, the Utah State Office of Education, and the Utah Anti-Bullying Coalition.

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