iSAFE Mental Health Survey
This survey is intended to understand and evaluate the extent the internet and the pandemic has affected kids and teenagers regarding mental health and their interactions online. All data collected is anonymous and strictly confidential.
There are so many organizations advocating and making a difference in the cyber safety of children and teens that continue to improve and make the online world safer. However, our goal as an organization is to specifically help our community and our schools through our understanding of the current system and our experiences online.
We have designed this survey incorporating some elements from several previously published surveys by UNICEF, Pew Research, and COX Communications.
Internet Safety for Everyone is not liable for any events relating to participation in the survey. If you are struggling, please reach out to your parents, friends, teachers, or call one of the following San Diego mental health hotlines:
- 24-Hour Crisis Response: 800-479-3339
- Girls Town and Boys Town 24-Hour Teen Hotline: 800-448-3000
- Youth to Youth Hotline: 866-222-1886