Whether you or someone you know are struggling with the effects of bullying, below are local and national resources to help deal with situations of varying degrees.
Please share with anyone you think may be in need of help and take part in the effort to end bullying.
PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center
Find inspirational videos, personal stories, volunteer opportunities, educational activities and more for dealing with and preventing bullying.
Hazelden's site provides information on how to recognize and prevent bullying, dating violence, youth suicide and more.
Peace Maker Foundation
One of eight federated fundraising groups in Minnesota, the Peace Maker Foundation provides resources for facilitating community investment in school-based youth violence prevention efforts.
AMAZE challenges bias and bullying through the Families All Matter Book Project. We provide skill-building exercises and start courageous conversations in schools, faith communities, after-school programs, and anywhere that children are together.
A federal government funded website with information on bullying, cyber bullying, how to respond to bullying and more.
Based in Rochester, MN, the Diversity Council provides ant-bias programming for k-12 students and adults.
C.A.B. Community Against Bullying
Through events and online resources, C.A.B. strives to empower communities to stand up to all forms of bullying.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
A 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Visit the website for more information on dealing with bullying, suicide warning signs and more.
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