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Put the Power to Prevent Bullying in Your Hand

KnowBullying, a new mobile app by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), can help get the conversation started. The app provides tips on talking about school, work, relationships, life, and bullying. You can help prevent bullying and increase communication with your child while making dinner, shopping, or anytime you and your child have 15 minutes together. The app also has a feature to remind you that it’s time to talk.

Protect Kids Online

Kids and teens have lots of opportunities for socializing online, but they come with certain risks. Parents can help reduce these risks by talking to kids about making safe, responsible decisions. Protecting Child's Privacy Online,

Kids, Parents, and Video Games, Child Identity Theft, Kids and Socializing Online, Cyberbullying, Kids and Mobile Phones, Kids: Texting and Sexting, Kids and Computer Security, Teens & Tweens, Parental Controls


Create a Safe and Supportive Environment

A safe and supportive school climate can help prevent bullying. Safety starts in the classroom. Students should also feel and be safe everywhere on campus—in the cafeteria, in the library, in the rest rooms, on the bus, and on the playground. Everyone at school can work together to create a climate where bullying is not acceptable.

Bullying Facts & Bullying Quotes
Bullying is being mean to another kid over and over again. Bullying often includes: Teasing, Talking about hurting someone, Spreading rumors, Leaving kids out on purpose, Attacking someone by hitting them or yelling at them

Bullying Awareness & Prevention Presentations