Resources

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 Parent Checklist The Be Strong Parent checklist will let you know how to get started when your child is faced with a bullying situation. The set of simple steps will help you confront bullying in your home, child’s school, and community. BeStrong-ParentChecklist.pdf - 329 KB Cyberbullying Check List The Be Strong Cyberbullying check list includes ten clear ways to respond to cyberbullying. You can discuss these responses with your child to help them determine the best way to address their unique situation. BeStrong-CyberChecklist-1.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 National Bullying Prevention Center The PACER website contains a portal with numerous bullying prevention resources, including educational and awareness toolkits, contest ideas, promotional products and more. The Bully Project Tools for Educators The Bully Project’s Tools for Educators page includes a film guide, research based strategies, and other resources to help anyone who works in a school prevent bullying and create a more caring, respectful community.

Get Help

If you or someone you know is experiencing bullying and need immediate help, there are people you can talk to and resources that can help:

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, CALL 911