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Additional resources & education

Stop Bullying

As an official website of the United States government, StopBullying is a dependable resource that breaks down each state’s laws and policies on bullying. Other resources like how to address bullying, the different types of bullying, and prevention methods are also provided. The research behind their resources are also provided which can be useful for children, parents, educators, youth-serving professionals, schools, health care providers, organizations, and communities.

STOMP Out Bullying

With resources like the HelpChat Line and the Educators Page, STOMP Out Bullying provides support and education for both kids and adults. The HelpChat Line is a free and confidential help chat for anyone over the age of 13 who is a victim of bullying and who may be at-risk for suicide. The Educators Page contains tools and educational materials for educators to learn how to provide meaningful learning experiences and how to foster safe environments.

PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center

PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center organizes social initiatives and resources that every member of a community can utilize. Students can participate in the Book Club, the Students with Solutions Contest, and utilize resources and advocacy to assist children with disabilities. Parents and educators are provided with information on how to assist and facilitate healthy environments. The entire community can participate in the Run, Walk, Roll Events held across the country.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The Lifeline Chat and phone hotline are free and confidential ways for individuals to connect with counselors for emotional support and other services. Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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