Bullying Resources for Parents

  • Stop Bullying Before It Starts [click here]
    This link provides information from Best Practices in Bullying Prevention
  • How to Stop Bullying in School [click here]
    Multi-lingual resources to address bullying in the school environment
  • What Can I Do If My Child With A Disability Is Being Harassed In School? [click here]
    This link provides a fact sheet from the Ohio Legal Rights Service on what to do if a disabled child is being harassed at school.
  • Bullying in Out-of-School Time Programs: Tips for Youth-Serving Professionals and Volunteers [click here]
    This is a resource for people who work with youth out of school. Challenges and opportunities to bullying prevention are explored as well as prevention strategy suggestions.
  • Roles for Health and Safety Professionals in Bullying Prevention and Intervention [click here]
    This fact sheet explains what some health professionals/organizations are doing to prevent bullying. This could be used to assist a school in getting organizations involved in an intervention.
  • State Laws Related to Bullyin Among Children and Youth [click here]
    This fact sheet gives information about state laws related to bullying.
  • Working with Young People Who are Bullied: Tips for Mental Health Professionals [click here]
    This fact sheet gives mental health professionals guidelines in helping a child that has been bullied.
  • Working with Young People Who Bully Others: Tips for Mental Health Professionals [click here]
    This fact sheet gives mental health professionals guidelines in helping a child that bullies others. Principles of effective interventions and misdirected prevention techniques are shared.
  • Community-Based Bullying Prevention: Tips for Community Members [click here]
    This document provides information on why and how interventions/strategies for preventing bullying need to be community-wide.
  • Warning Signs that a Child is Being Bullied [click here]
    This is a link to a fact sheet about how to recognize if a child is being bullied and suggestions for parents of bullied children.
  • What Communities are Doing [click here]
    This website gives the elements of successful community based interventions. Examples of community based interventions are shared.
  • Understanding Bullying Within the Camp Setting: Tips for Parents [click here]
    This is a resource for parents who are concerned about bullying at camp.
  • Faith-Community Responses to Bullying Among Children and Youth [click here]
    This information could be used in faith based newsletters to inform faith-communities about bullying and let them know how they can get involved in prevention strategies.
  • Ten Steps for Families to Stop Cyber Bullying [click here]
    This website provides suggestions on how families can stop bullying over the internet.
  • The ABCs of Bullying: Addressing, Blocking, and Curbing School Aggression Prevention and Intervention – Parents [click here]
    This is a fact sheet for parents that provides guidelines on what they can do to help both victims and bullies.
  • The School Bully Can Take a Toll on Your Child’s Mental Health [click here]
    This is a link to a resource for parents with information about the mental health effects bullying can have on children. It includes some simple steps parents can take to empower and teach their children to deal with bullies.
  • Cyber Bullying: Bullying in the Digital Age [click here]
    This website provides some great information about cyber bullying.
  • Cyber Bullying Quick Reference Guide for Parents [click here]
    This link provides information about cyber bullying prevention tips for parents to help keep their kids safe.
  • What to Do if Your Child is Being Bullied [click here]
    This link provides a resource for parents of bullied children.
  • How to Talk with Educators at Your Child’s School about Bullying: Tips for Parents of Bullied Children [click here]
    This link provides tips for parents on how to talk with their child’s school if he/she is being bullied.
  • PBS Kids Go: Parents/Teachers [click here]
    This website has articles, games, journaling ideas, videos, resources, and lesson plans that can help parents and teachers address bullying. Parents can also print activities to do offline with their children including discussion questions, worksheets and puzzles. Some of the resources are in Spanish.
  • What Parents Can Do About Childhood Bullying [click here]
    This link contains an article by Marlene Snyder, PhD on how parents can recognize bullying and help stop it.
  • Bully Prevention [click here]
    This website contains resources from the National Crime Prevention Council.
  • Bullying, Harassment, School-based Violence [click here]
    This link provides a list of handouts on bullying, harassment, and school-based violence from the Safe Schools Coalition.
  • National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center [click here]
    Website of the National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center for professionals, parents and youth on youth violence prevention.

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