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.
Learn how to take a public health approach to bullying prevention and earn continuing education.
Use this presentation module to lead bullying prevention efforts in your local community.
Create a community event using the research, ideas and bullying prevention and response strategies.
Designed for trainers to assist teachers in cultivating meaningful relationships with students while creating a positive climate in the classroom.
Designed for trainers to assist school bus drivers in cultivating meaningful relationships with students while creating a positive climate on the school bus.
The Take Action Today booklet features stories of how different community leaders are working hard to prevent bullying in their schools and their communities.
Find out how your state refers to bullying in its laws and what they require on part of schools and districts.
A resource to help parents do the best job they can to raise their children.
Every wonder what texting acronyms and word codes mean? How about Sexting? Here’s a downloadable glossary and reference guide to help you understand these terms, communicate and prevent bullying behaviors.
Your stories and ideas are important to us! FSP Chronicles is our quarterly newsletter that’s available on the first Wednesday of each quarter! Each issue raises consciousness about the affects of bullying, how to organize communities, shares engaging stories including What’s New, events, and ideas…
Please contact us to submit a request to be featured in upcoming issues or give us your feedback.
Work with stakeholders
The User Guides are tailored to 11 audiences that play a critical role in bullying prevention and include information for delivering this training.
- 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
LITERACY PROGRAM & RESOURCE LIBRARY
We maintain a catalogue of children’s and young adult books that tell stories and address bullying situations, diversity, equity and inclusion. Our resource books and periodicals are carefully selected to help educators and families to improve understanding, communication and prevent bullying behaviors.
Using Critical Literature to Talk about Bullying
By using children’s books that discuss heavy topics, children can relate and bond with the characters.
Not only does relating to the character create a positive experience for the child, but also children can use these character’s situations and apply those solutions to their own life. Using literature to address bullying makes the topic about a character instead of singling out one child. In a class or home, children can “identify with fictional characters and bullying situations both at a cognitive and emotional level and gain insight more easily than talking directly about their own experience.
In summary, children will have a better overall understanding of the feelings of everyone involved in a bullying situation. Children who are affected by bullying or abuse can use these stories to build their own solution to their problems.
Books shall to be provided at no cost to FSPAB under-served youth, families and educators while supplies last.
If interested in submitting titles for consideration to be added to our resource library, please contact us.
‘Each One, Reach One’ Initiative
Menstrual Health Curriculum Presentation at Children’s Heaven Day School – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – March 13, 2020
Our Founder, Kati ‘Jazz’ Gray-Sadler is a fierce advocate for Women’s Equity, Health, Wellness and an ambassador for The Cup Foundation! The Cup Program tries to support vulnerable adolescent girls living in challenging environments by putting them at center of a community engagement program. There are many challenges surrounding girls growing up in difficult environments. Poverty is one of the key contributing factors but also the taboo to talk or even mention sex or menstruation. Gender inequality sits in where women are seen and feel they are of less value and need to be submissive to men. Starting with a cup, it’s possible to tackle taboos and start talking about subjects that are often avoided by adults about youths.
Adolescent girls belong to one of the most vulnerable groups in society wherever they find themselves in the world. If youths are left unprepared and unsupported during this dramatic phase of life, it can affect their education, dignity, health and future opportunities. If unprepared when entering puberty they might be unaware of the dangers that surround them and are at risk for sexual abuse. The majority of girls in developing countries have low levels of knowledge about their bodies and of their sexual and reproductive rights due to the taboo. We invite you to join the movement to End Period Poverty!
Learn more about our Global Outreach ‘Each One, Reach One’ or join the movement to End Period Poverty by contacting us.