Removing Non-Consensual Images From Online

This is a service via the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and is one step a person can take to help remove online nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit photos and videos taken before they were 18. 

Take It Down is a free service that can help you remove or stop the online sharing of nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit images or videos taken of you when you were under 18 years old. You can remain anonymous while using the service and you won’t have to send your images or videos to anyone. Take It Down will work on public or unencrypted online platforms that have agreed to participate. is a free tool designed to support victims of Non-Consensual Intimate Image (NCII) abuse.

The tool works by generating a hash from your intimate image(s)/video(s). Image hashing is the process of using an algorithm to assign a unique hash value to an image. Duplicate copies of the image all have the exact same hash value. For this reason, it is sometimes referred to as a ‘digital fingerprint’. then shares the hash with participating companies so they can help detect and remove the images from being shared online.


Get What You Need at the PAARtique

The PAARtique is a (free) store located at PAAR’s Southside Office to help clients have more autonomy in obtaining items they need.

Anyone that is in need is allowed to benefit from the PAARtique. To request for services, please call the Project RISE Drop in Center and the PAARtique at 412-431-5665 X6 and ask for an available staff member for assistance.

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