If you want to learn more about bullying and how you can encourage others to think about how their behaviors might be affecting others, here are additional resources and tools you can explore.
Be Strong Student Checklist The Be Strong student checklist provides simple steps you can take at home, at school and within your community to create a more inclusive community. BeStrong-StudentChecklist.pdf - 321 KB Cyberbullying Check List The Be Strong Cyberbullying check list includes ten clear ways to respond to cyberbullying. If you’re experiencing cyberbullying, this check list can help you figure out the best steps to take. BeStrong-CyberChecklist.pdf - 82 KB Be Strong Mobile App iOS The Be Strong app includes resources, support and intervention strategies for those affected by bullying, depression and suicide. The app includes crisis information, a trusted friends/family alert as well as social services available within your community. Be Strong Mobile App Google Play Store The Be Strong app includes resources, support and intervention strategies for those affected by bullying, depression and suicide. The app includes crisis information, a trusted friends/family alert as well as social services available within your community. PACER Teens Against Bullying By and for teens, the PACER website is a place where you can find ways to address bullying, take action, and be heard. The Trevor Support Center The Trevor Support Center is a place where LGBTQ youth and their allies can find answers to frequently asked questions, and explore resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity and more. The support center also provides access to Trevor’s support counselors by phone, chat or text. The Bully Project Mural The Bully Project Mural is a digital destination where people can share art, stories, and perspectives about bullying, its impact, and how the community can help stop it. Ten Ways To Be An Upstander This guide has great tips and tools to help stop bullying. From spreading the word among friends to creating a program in your community, use this guide to learn how you can make a difference. 10WaystoBeanUpstander_copy.pdf - 199 KB The Bully Project Flashcards Are you being bullied and need help? Do you want to know what to do when you see bullying? These flashcards provide simple actions you can take no matter what your situation Bully-Project-Flashcards.pdf - 454 KB Channel Kindness Channel Kindness is a platform featuring stories of kindness as documented by young people from around the US. These youth reporters, ages 16 to 24, have been recruited to identify and document acts of generosity, compassion, and acceptance in their communities.