Safety Web’s New Find Help Facebook App

Keep kids safe with Find Help Facebook App by

Keeping kids safe online is a major priority for parents. Bullying from school can follow our kids home via the internet and cyberbullying.  This is why it is even more important  kids have all the help possible to react wisely to bullies and online threats. Safety Web’s new facebook app called “Find Help” does just that. When installed, it is a quick reminder for teens on what to do if they are being bullied. The “Find Help” three step philosophy is Dont Respond, Don’t Retaliate, Tell a Trusted Adult.

The Facebook ‘Find Help’ application gives teens and their friends on Facebook easy access to several of the leading crisis centers and non-profit organizations that are focused on child and teen safety and support, including:

Don’t Respond – Kids should not respond OR delete the offense. If they delete it, there is no trail.

Don’t Retaliate – If kids retaliate, there is no winning. Engaging with the offender can and will make things worse.

Tell a Trusted Adult – “Find Help” has easy access to the leading crisis centers and non-profit organizations focused on child and teen safety and support. The best aspect of this app is that everything can be done online or by phone. Perfect for this generation of kids.

Here is the list of organizations allied with Safety Web:

  • The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  • and Childhelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline
  • The National Runaway Switchboard
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) – for Teens
  • The Cool
  • Partners Against Hate
  • The Trevor Project and Trevor Lifeline

Please take a moment and share this on your Facebook page and make the pledge for your kids online safety. Encourage your children and their friends to add the application to their profile. Feel free to interact with @safetyweb on Twitter or Facebook and list as a “favorite” when you have a moment.

You can access the Find Help full press release online as well as a feature article in a PC Magazine.

Safety Web sponsored Janice for the annual Type A mom. We have posted affiliate links for Safety Web in this article.

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    • Kerstin says

      Hi. I don’t mean to pry but if you don’t mind, I would like to ask if you have an unpleasant experience with Facebook? One of my daughter has a Facebook.

  1. Saving Samantha says

    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) is a joke. Unfortunately I am part of the “Left Behind Parents” club. My daughter was abducted 2-years ago and the NCMEC could have cared less…it’s been one lie after another with them followed up by cover up after cover up. DO NOT GET INVOLVED WITH THIS AGENCY IF YOU HAVE ANY HOPE OF FINDING YOUR KIDS! Over 90% of their funding comes from us, the US taxpayers, and they are accountable to no one…even Ernie Allen and his $1.4 million annual income is accountable to noone. For more, check out this link to know more about this fradulent agency: There are better ways to bring our lost kids home. Reach out to me if need help.

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