Tell Someone

Tell Someone

If you are concerned about safety or mental health – your own or someone else’s, please call (970) 491-1350 or complete the online referral form.

NOTICE: As part of the University response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), our staff may be working remotely during this time. Please be assured we are still responding to reports during normal business hours of 8am-5pm M-F.  

Tell Someone

Rams take care of Rams. Helping others, speaking up when something doesn’t feel right or when you’re worried about someone else, and reaching out are foundational values at Colorado State University.Tell Someone is a Colorado State University service where anyone can report concerns about a student or employee who may be struggling with issues such as mental health, stress management, and safety, as well as share concerns about threats of violence (against themselves or others).

Through Tell Someone, you can report anything that threatens your safety or the safety of others in the university community. Tell Someone is available to seek help for or report a concern about any CSU community member, including employees who work off campus.

Tell Someone is not designed to get people in trouble; it is designed to help students and employees who may be struggling, as well as help enhance university safety.

Tell Someone is your resource if you’re worried about a friend’s well-being. If a student or employee is disruptive, Tell Someone is the right place to turn for intervention as well as university support to help put consequences and boundaries in place.

Tell Someone is run by the Office of Support and Safety Assessment. The office is comprised of trained specialists who can identify concerns, pathways to resolution, and university resources.

Tell Someone online and phone reports are only reviewed during regular business hours. If you believe someone is at risk of immediate harm, call 911.