Bullying Prevention Resources


Bullying Resources for Parents and Educators

A World of Difference Institute, A Classroom of Difference
Anti-Defamation League addresses diversity issues in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade schools and communities.

Bully Free: It Starts with Me
National Education Association provides bullying prevention resources designed by educators for educators.

Bullying Myths and Facts
This multiple award-winning, non-profit website was created to help people around the world deal with the issues of bullying.

Bullying - National Crime Prevention Council
The National Crime Prevention Council provides information and resources to help prevent the serious problem of bullying.

Bullypolice
This website lists the states which carry anti-bullying laws.

Bullying and Victimization: What Adults Can Do to Help
The University of Nebraska offers information for parents to help protect their children from bullying and victimization.

Circle of Respect
The Circle of Respect is the National Crime Prevention Council’s (NCPC) latest and most comprehensive campaign to protect youth from bullying and cyberbullying.

Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)

This site provides bully prevention efforts through Social and Emotional Learning.

Combating Bullying and Cyberbullying
Anti-Defamation League provides strategies and resources for preventing bullying and cyberbullying that are useful for educators, youth, and families.

Great Expectations / Eliminate bullying
Discover how Great Expectations can help eliminate bullying in your schools.

Edutopia.org
Edutopia compiles a multitude of resources to prevent bullying and harassment at school.

Eyes on Bullying
Eyes on Bullying provides insights, strategies, activities, and resources to address bullying.

International Bullying Prevention Association
The International Bullying Prevention Association strives to create safe learning environments for all children. 

KidsHealth
A wealth of information that addresses bullying and bullying prevention (from the Nemours Foundation).

Make Time To Listen
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration provides “Make Time To Listen...Take Time To Talk...ABOUT BULLYING” - interactive conversation starters.  Schools, adults and children can use these cards to start conversations about bullying and on how to prevent it.

Measuring Bullying Victimization, Perpetration, and Bystander Experiences
This collection of resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides researchers, prevention specialists, and health educators with tools to measure a range of bullying experiences.

Media Smarts   

Canada’s Centre for Digital and Media Literacy explores how to protect young people from a variety of electronic issues.

Medline Plus: Bullying
The National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health provide research and helpful information on bullying.

Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum – For Teachers

Add Respect, Resilience & Responsibility to your study of the 3Rs!

Preventing Bullying
Provides the tools and resources you need to understand what bullying is, how to prevent it from occurring and how to address it effectively.

National Centre Against Bullying
The National Centre Against Bullying educates the Australian community on bullying prevention and the promotion of safe schools and communities.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service, U.S. Department of Justice, Internet Safety Information
The National Criminal Justice Reference Service offers information on Internet safety.

NASP Resource Library
The National Association of School Psychologist offers a number of links with recommendations for parents and teachers involving bullying and school violence.

National School Safety Center
The National School Safety Center serves as a leader for safe, secure and nonviolent schools worldwide and as a facilitator for the prevention of school violence.

Office of Civil Rights—Prevention of Civil Rights Problems
The U.S. Department of Education provides resources for developing solutions regarding civil rights problems including racial and sexual harassment.   

Ophelia Project

The Ophelia Project includes resources, research facts, and information about services focused on relational aggression.

Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center
PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center educates kids, teens, parents and communities to address bullying through inventive and interactive resources.

Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network
This national network in Canada provides tools and resources needed to understand what bullying is, how to prevent it from occurring, and how to address it effectively.

SAMHSA Bullying App
KnowBullying, a new mobile app by SAMHSA, encourages dialogue between you and your children and helps you start a conversation.

Stand for the Silent
At eleven years-old Ty took his own life after being suspended from school for reacting against a bully that had been bullying him for over two years. Stand for the Silent permits Ty’s parents to share their story and offer education that will prevent future tragedies.

StopBullying.gov
StopBullying.gov provides information from several government agencies on how children, teens, young adults, parents, educators and community members can prevent or stop bullying.

STRYVE: Striving to Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere
Striving to Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere (STRYVE) is directed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which uses a public health approach to preventing youth violence before it begins.

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is a peer leadership organization dedicated to preventing harmful decisions, particularly underage drinking, drug use, impaired driving, teen violence, teen depression, and suicide.

Stop Bullying Now

Stop Bullying Now provides facts and resources on how to recognize and prevent bullying in schools. The website is created by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Understanding Bullying Fact Sheet
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gives a clear overview on bullying.

Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)
CDC's YRBSS screens health risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and disability among youth in the United States. The YRBSS includes national, state, and local school-based surveys of representative samples of 9th through 12th grade students.

Youth Bullying:  What Does the Research Say?

This website offers resources and research on the prevention of bullying in children and youth.

Youth Violence Prevention
This site was generated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Youth Violence Division). Their task is to prevent injuries and deaths caused by violence.

Youth Violence: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Parents can download a tip sheet on protecting their children from electronic aggression.

 

Cyberbullying Prevention Resources for Parents and Educators

Common Sense on Media for Educators
As an independent, non-profit organization this website provides independent reviews, age ratings, & other information for educators and parents.

Connect Safely
This website offers tips, safety advice, and systematic breakdown of news, video and additional resources to support safety while connected to technology.

Cyberbullying Help
Guidance and support for parents, teachers and students about cyberbullying.

Cyberbullying Resource Center
Up-to-date resources and facts for families and youth on bullying and other related issues.
 

Cyberbullying Research Center
The Cyberbullying Research Center provides information and consequences of cyberbullying in youth.

Cybersmart
A Digital Citizen Guide with resources for young children through teens.  The site also included resources for parents and teachers.

Facebook Safety Center
This website provides the information, tools and resources you'll need to keep your family safe on-line.

NetSmartz
This website provides Internet safety information for parents, adults and teens.

iKeepSafe
This website provides strategies to keep your youngster safe online.

I-Safe

I-SAFE e-Safety education offers schools with curriculum and tools to empower students with the skills they need to be responsible cyber citizens.

OnGuard Online 
This website offers educators, parents and students strategies to safeguard themselves online.

Stop Bullying : Cyberbullying
This website educates parents and youth on what cyberbullying is and how to prevent it from happening. Tips, tools and advice included on how to report cyberbullying.

Social Media
CDC uses social media to provide consumers with access to trustworthy, science-based health facts.

Social Media 101 for Parents 
Mayo Clinic provides strategies for parents as their children go back to their online schoolyard.

Stay Safe Online
This website advises parents, educators and youth on how to stay safe online.

WiredSafety
This website provides online safety and resources to cyberspace users.

Webonauts Internet Academy
This website is a teaching tool (game) for parents and educators to interact with kids (8-10 years old). The interactive Webonauts game teaches children to become respectful citizens on the World Wide Web.

 

Bullying Resources for Students with Disabilities

Asperger's and Bullying: An Inclusive Educational Approach
Young people with Asperger Syndrome experience disproportionate levels of bullying in the mainstream school. The National Centre against Bullying empowers educators with resources to address this challenge.

Vulnerable Targets: Students with Disabilities and Bullying

The Federation for Children with Special Needs shares information and resources for parents to help prevent bullying.

Keeping Students with Disabilities Safe from Bullying  
This document provides a summary of the school districts' responsibilities to assure that students with disabilities who are subject to bullying continue to receive free appropriate public education (FAPE) under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

National Autism Association – Protecting your Child from Bullying

The National Autism Association offers specific solutions for preventing and responding to bullying by creating a safe environment for autistic children.

 

Bullying Resources for Youth (7-12th grades)

Prevent Cyberbullying and Internet Harassment
This website is intended for teens. It provides resources for youth who have been harassed online. The website was created by the Center for Innovative Public Health Research

Connect Safely
This website offers tips, safety advice, and systematic breakdown of news, video and additional resources to support safety while connected to technology.

Cyberbullying Research Center
The Cyberbullying Research Center provides information and consequences of cyberbullying in youth.

BNetS@vvy
Helping youth connect smartly and safely.  

A Thin Line
A Thin Line campaign was developed to identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse in a teen’s life.

Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center
PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center educates kids, teens, parents and communities to address bullying through inventive and interactive resources.

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is a peer leadership organization dedicated to preventing harmful decisions, particularly underage drinking, drug use, impaired driving, teen violence, teen depression, and suicide.

 Students Against Violence Everywhere
This organization provides students with tools to learn crime prevention, conflict management skills, and the virtues of good social responsibility, respect, and nonviolence.

 

Bullying Resources for Kids (K-6th grades)

CDC: BAM! The Bully Roundup (4th – 7th graders)
Bullying is an ongoing problem from elementary school through high school. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a site that will appeal to 4th-7th graders on ways to bully-proof their lives.

It's My Life
This PBS Kids site offers advice and topics on bullying. It is geared toward elementary school aged children.

StopBullying.gov
StopBullying.gov provides information from several government agencies on how children, teens, young adults, parents, educators and community members can prevent or stop bullying.

Webonauts Internet Academy
This website is a teaching tool (game) for parents and educators to interact with kids (8-10 years old) on becoming a respectful citizen on the World Wide Web.

CDC: BAM! The Bully Roundup (4th – 7th graders)
Bullying is an ongoing problem from elementary school through high school. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a site that will appeal to 4th-7th graders on ways to bully-proof their lives.

 

 

 

Last updated on August 22, 2014