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A list of the top Anti-Bullying Resources for parents and educators

Updated: Jul 31, 2021


CyberBullying is more prevalent than parents think. And research from the top anti-bullying organizations suggest that children do not report it more than 40 per cent of the time, because they feel that things would only get worse. That's pretty sad. But if they were to confide in an adult, they would not feel comfortable speaking to school authorities. While each situation or child is different, we've compiled a list of anti-cyberbullying resources for you.

Child in School Corridor

Pacer Center - Founded in 2006, PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center actively leads social change, so that bullying is no longer considered an accepted childhood rite of passage. PACER provides innovative resources for students, parents, educators, and others, and recognizes bullying as a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and the safety and well-being of students. PACER offers digital-based resources for parents, schools, kids and teens. — A service that schools pay a small fee for, and when bullying type content gets posted the school calls iCanHelpline, which then works to get it removed from the social media platform. The founder Ann Collier has been doing this work for years and has many connections with all the big players which is why she is so effective.

Safe2Tell — Colorado has a great service called Safe2Tell which is an 800# phone-line where any concerned person can call —parents, students, teachers, etc. —and anonymously report that they are worried about someone.

Stomp Out Bullying - A national bullying and cyber bullying prevention organization for kids and teens in the U.S. It focuses on reducing and preventing bullying, cyberbullying, sexting and other digital abuse.

No Bullying - An online forum aimed at educating, advising, counseling and helping to stop bullying, and more specifically cyber bullying. Through the support of a community of parents, educators and teenagers – it has grown into one of the biggest anti-bullying and online safety websites in the world.

The Trevor Project - An organization providing 24 hour crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.

It Gets Better - The It Gets Better Project brings messages of hope to LGBT youth around the world and works globally to effect change in local communities.

Love is Louder - A project of The Jed Foundation created with actress Brittany Snow to support anyone dealing with bullying, negative self-image, discrimination, loneliness and depression.

Delete Cyberbullying - The project, through the cooperation of the international partners, contributes to developing a common approach to risk-prevention, information and guidelines to families, parents and children. — A government website that lists resources by state. This site suggests that families and children can involve law enforcement, if the cyberbullying gets out of control

The Center for Disease Control has a good page on their website that includes research and prevention.

And remember, if you feel a child is in real danger, from others or possibly by hurting themselves, get immediate help.


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