When you, your child, or someone close to you is being bullied, there are many steps to take to help resolve the situation. Learn the basics of bullying. If you have done everything you can to resolve the situation and nothing has worked, or someone is in immediate danger, there are ways to get help.
Click to learn how to take a public health approach to bullying prevention and earn continuing education.
Lead In Your Communities
Click to download a PowerPoint presentation module to lead bullying prevention efforts in your local community.
Click to learn how to create a community event using the research, ideas and bullying prevention and response strategies.
Click to learn about how to assist teachers in cultivating meaningful relationships with students while creating a positive climate in the classroom.
School Bus Drivers
Click to learn about assisting school bus drivers in cultivating meaningful relationships with students while creating a positive climate on the school bus.
Learn From Others
Click to download The Take Action Today booklet which features stories of how different community leaders are working hard to prevent bullying.
The Center For Parenting Education
Click for a resource to help parents do the best job they can to raise their children.
Working with Others
The User Guides are tailored to 11 audiences that play a critical role in bullying prevention and include information for delivering this training.
Click each link below to learn more about how to best work with each individual
- Business professionals
- Early education child care providers
- Elected officials
- Faith leaders
- Health and safety leaders
- Law enforcement officers
- Mental health professionals
- Parents caregivers
- Recreational leaders
- School administrators
- Young professional mentors
Bullying, Cyberbullying, and LGBTQ Students
Bullying that specifically targets youth and young adults based on their sexual orientation or gender identity/expression has been a problem for decades. The increased utilization of technology among youth (and, well, just about everyone) has resulted in bullying behaviors moving online. As a result, cyberbullying perpetrated against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) youth has emerged.