Check out StopBullying.Gov for a great resource on bullying prevention.
If you know someone who is getting bullied and the bullying keeps getting worse, contact the following for help:
|Someone is at immediate risk of harm because of bullying.||Contact the police (911)|
|Your child is feeling suicidal because of bullying.||Contact the suicide prevention hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)|
|Your child’s teacher is not keeping him/her safe from being bullied.||Contact the Local School Administrator (principal or superintendent)|
|Your school is not keeping your child safe from being bullied.||Contact the State School Department|
|Your child is sick, stressed, not sleeping, or is having other problems because of bullying||Contact your counselor or other health professional|
|Your child is being bullied because of their race, ethnicity, or disability, and local help is not working to solve the problem.||Contact the U.S. Department of Education’s Office on Civil Rights|