Bullying Prevention Resources

Let's Stop the Bullying!

Learn how to recognize and take action against bullying behavior.

Committee for Children

Committee for Children is dedicated to promoting the safety, well-being, and success of children in school and in life. The goal of this page is to empower kids and the adults around them with information and resources to help them understand what bullying is, who is affected by it, and what you and your community can do to prevent it.

Gwinnett Parents

This magazines article helps you recognize the difference between “Is it Rude, is it Mean, is it Bullying?"

Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center

A creative, innovative, and educational website designed for elementary school students to learn about bullying prevention, engage in activities and be inspired to take action.

Stop Bullying

Stop Bullying dot Gov has external resources for youth, parents/guardians, teachers, coaches, school staff, and the general public.

Maybe there’s been a time when you’ve seen bullying and wanted to stop it but weren’t sure what you could do. Lots of kids have felt that way, too. Know this: if you see bullying happen, there are so many ways you can help stop it.

Kidpower is the global nonprofit leader in personal safety education for all ages, teaching skills for strong relationships, and the prevention of harm. Kidpower teaches skills to help kids be safe, confident, and have happy, strong relationships.

The 6 Main Causes of Bullying and What to do About it
"The 6 main causes of bullying and what to do about it" tackles the very serious issue of "Bullying" along with its many other forms, cyberbullying included. They intend to raise awareness of why bullying happens and how it can greatly affect the victims physical and, even more, mental well-being.

All the Latest Cyberbullying Statistics 2022
Cyberbullying is a real problem in today's society. As the name implies, cyberbullying is bullying in a digital space, such as on mobile phone, computers, tablets etc. in arenas such as messaging, social media, forums, online gaming, and more. Here are the statistics, the effects, how you can tell if someone is being cyberbullied, and what should you do if you believe someone is the victim of cyberbullying.