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If you are experiencing a medical emergency please call 911 

How to Report Cyber-Bullying

To get help, talk to someone you trust and notify your parents.

An adult can help you determine what your best options are and help decide if it should be reported to law enforcement. You can report it to law enforcement and possibly bring charges against the perpetrator. As a victim you can get referrals and other services from a victim advocate which can include counseling.

Please always notify Mrs. Portman or Ms. Martinez if you are experiencing cyberbullying during the school day.

How to make a report

You can report any of the things we have discussed today to the Cybertipline or 1-800-THE-LOST. You can report anonymously, which means you don’t have to tell them who you are.

You can cut and paste cyber-bullying threats on a word document and then send it to the tipline.

Make a copy of the email or text, etc. and paste it in your message to the tipline.

Just make sure you send as much information as you can, and let them know if you are a minor and someone is sending inappropriate pictures to you or trying to get you to meet them online, etc.

Crisis Lines and Emotional Support Resources

New Mexico Children Youth & Families Department

To report child abuse and neglect in New Mexico

1-855-333-SAFE (7233) or #SAFE from your cell phone.

 

Crisis Text Line

Text: HOME to 741741

 

AGORA 24 Hour Crisis Line

A local nonjudgmental crisis line that provides emotional support to anyone in need. Chat services are also available 24/7 online.

Call: 1-505-277-3013
Call: 1-866-Help-1-NM (435-7166)

 

Children's Grief Center

The Children’s Grief Center (CGC) of New Mexico provides age-appropriate peer support groups for children, teens, and young adults ages 5-25 AND their caregivers, who are grieving the death of a loved one at no charge.

Phone: (505) 323-0478

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

A national network of crisis centers who provide free confidential support to individuals in crisis 24/7. Chat services are also available online.

Call: 1-800-273-Talk (8255)

Call: 1-800-Suicide (784-2433)

 

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline

Highly-trained advocates offer support, information and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their dating relationships. Free and confidential phone, live chat and texting services are available 24/7.

Call: 1-866-331-9474

Text: LOVEIS to 22522

 

New Mexico Crisis and Access Line

Clinically trained professionals answer calls and provides support to individuals experiencing emotional, mental health, or substance use concerns 24/7. Peer support specialist provide support services and connect individuals with crisis counselors if needed when individuals call or text the peer to peer warmline.

Call: 1-855-662-7474

Text or Call: 1-855-466-7100 (Warmline)

Downloadable app: NMconnect

 

Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico

Provides 24-hour support, advocacy, crisis intervention, resources, referrals to anyone affected by sexual violence.

Call: 505-266-7711 (24 hour hotline)

Puede llamar 24 horas. Se habla Espanol.

 

Rehab Spot

Substance abuse and addiction support resources for teens and families.

 

Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ suicide helpline)

Trained counselors provide support 24/7. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk. Chat services are also available online.

Call: 1-866-488-7386

Text: START to 678678.