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Report sucidal content directly on Facebook here.
Report messages about suicide or self-harm and Twitter will send the user a direct message with the Lifeline number.
To report posts about suicide or self-harm on Instagram: Tap “…” below the post, tap "Report Inappropriate", select "This Photo Puts People At Risk > Self-Harm".
SnapchatTo report a safety concern, press and hold on that Snapchatter's name and tap the gear button. Then, tap 'Report' and reach out to Snapchat, and follow the prompts.
YoutubeTo report suicide or self-harm, click “More.” Highlight and click “Report” in the drop-down menu. Click “Harmful dangerous acts,” then “Suicide or self-injury.” YouTube will review the video and may send a message to the uploader with the Lifeline number.
DiscordTo report self-harm, use the dropdown in Discord’s report form and select ‘Trust & Safety.’ Under ‘Report Type’, select ‘Self-harm.’ Discord requests (to verify the authenticity of the report) that reporters provide a link to the message where the user expresses such harm, and the steps can be found below.
TikTokTo report for self-harm on TikTok, tap the arrow at the bottom right hand corner of the video. Tap the report icon, select "Self injury" and follow the prompts.
If you're worried about someone, you can let Reddit know by reporting the specific post or comment that worried you and selecting, "Someone is considering suicide or serious self-harm". After you let them know, they'll reach out to put the user in touch with Crisis Text Line's trained Crisis Counselors.