Resources

 


For years, ENACT has responded to bullying issues by offering various workshops and institutes within schools for students, parents, and teachers. These workshops offer creative approaches to understanding, preventing, and responding to bullying.

We would love to work with you to find the right creative solution for your needs. Click HERE for more information or Contact: info@ENACT.org


If you or somebody else is at risk of immediate harm CALL 911.

If you are being harassed or bullied, find a parent, teacher, or trusted adult to talk to. Look HERE for more suggestions for what to do during and after an incident.

If you need to help a student find someone to talk to, Boys Town offers a free and confidential hotline staffed by trained counselors.

How can you learn more, get support, or find community?

StopBullying.gov

The Bully Project

National Bullying Prevention Center

Born This Way Foundation-Dedicated to building kinder communities and improving mental health resources

It Gets Better Project-Resources for LGBTQ+ youth

Additional Cited Resources:

National Center for Education Statistics, 2016

National Association of School Psychologists

Center for Disease Control 2014 & 2017 (updated from 2015 cite)

Davis & Nixon, 2010