Help looks different for everyone. There are lots of ways to get support from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Resources and Support
If you want to help others understand Take It Down, please use the Take It Down one pager. (Available in English and Spanish)
If you want additional help with removing content in a specific location online, including information about reporting directly to different online platforms:
Visit MissingKids.org – Is Your Explicit Content Out There? for information about other support that NCMEC can provide and to get step-by-step instructions about how to contact an online platform directly to flag your nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit image or video for removal. Sometimes this can be the fastest route to get your image or video removed and can alert the platform to make a report to NCMEC with additional valuable information.
Is Your Explicit Content Out There?
If you want to report anyone threatening you about these images or other forms of online exploitation:
NCMEC operates the CyberTipline – an online reporting system for all types of online child sexual abuse. You can submit a CyberTipline report, even if you’ve already submitted the hash.
Visit NCMEC's CyberTipline
If you are in the United States and want more information about emotional support, click below to learn about NCMEC's mental health services.
If you are in the United States and want more information about emotional support, click here to learn about NCMEC’s mental health services. There’s more than one way to ask for help: call or text 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or email TakeItDown@ncmec.org and someone will reach back out to you.
Emotional Support Information