CONNECTING STUDENTS WHEN THEY NEED IT THE MOST.
A Mission Focused on Mental Health
We aim to Create a Healthier School Environment Offering Students Quick and Easy Access to Mental Health Resources and Other Helpful School Commodities All with One Simple Scan.
Suicide Prevention Helpline
Home Abuse Specialists
CONNECTING THE STUDENTS OF TODAY
Studies Have Shown 73% of Teens Prefer Online Chat over Voice Calls
Many States Now Require Suicide Prevention Contact Information to be Printed on All Public School Student ID Cards (Grades 7 and Up)
81% of Teens Aged 14-18 Reported Use of QR Codes if it Allows for Faster Engagement
NO APP REQUIRED. ALL WEB-BASED.
Simply Scan an Enabled QR Code to Access the Digital Student Platform
Dynamic QR Codes Allow Easy Content Updates in Real-Time
Choose from Over 20 Unique & Interactive Modules
QR Codes can be Programmed Down to the Individual Student
Digital Student QR codes can be Provided to ID Manufacturer for Easy Integration at the Factory Level
District-Wide or Campus Specific
Have Student IDs Already Printed? Click Here!
EASY 3-STEP USE!
MODULES & FEATURES
Over 20 Unique & Interactive Modules Offering Access to a Multitude of Engaging Functions such as:
Mental Health Resources
School Counseling Appointment Scheduling
Incident Reporting (Learn More Here!)
Online Academic Resources
District Announcements + Upcoming School Events
Scholarship Applications and more!
Students can report bullying in under 30 seconds through the Digital Student platform.
Only 1 in 10 teen victims will inform a parent or trusted adult of their abuse
4 out of 5 students (81%) say they would be more likely to intervene in instances of cyberbullying if they could do it anonymously (“Cyberbullying: The Role of the Witness”)
28% of kids aged 12-18 report being bullied at school (Chicago School of Professional Psychology)
Suicide rates in kids aged 10-24 increased 60% between 2007-2018 (CDC Report)