• Websites:

    ACT - Adults and Children Together - Against Violence
    Provides audio, video, and training materials for adults to use to teach young children (ages 0 to 8) nonviolent problem solving. Includes an extensive and searchable database of publications on violence prevention for children. Developed by the American Psychological Association and the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

    Bullying No More
    Helps parents and schools create safe and peaceful schools.  Includes tip guides, resources, and an anti-bullying program.

    Bullying Resource Center
    The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry provides answers to frequently asked questions about bullying for families and educators.

    Cyberbullying and Substance Abuse
    Gain information about the impact of cyberbullying and the connection to substance abuse. There are also suggestions on how to deal with cyberbullying and how to support someone who is being cyberbullied.

    Connect for Respect
    The National PTA website has information about how parents and caring adults can help create a healthy school and community climate that is free of bullying. It includes resources for parents to host anti-bullying events, basic information on bullying, and articles on how parents can make sure their own child doesn’t become a bully.

    Presents bullying information for teachers, principals, and parents.

    Eyes on Bullying
    Provides a multimedia program to prepare parents and caregivers to prevent bullying in children’s lives. Features the Eyes on Bullying Toolkit with insights, strategies, skills-building activities, and resources. Designed especially for adults to use with children and youth in homes, childcare centers, after-school and youth programs, and camps. Funded by the IBM Global Work/Life Fund.

    Kids Against Bullying
    This site provides resources for kids about bullying, with a special focus on children with disabilities.

    National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
    Provides information and links to resources on bullying and violence prevention for parents, teenagers, schools, and after-school programs. Sponsored by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    No Bully
    Partners with schools and school districts to help them create bully-free learning communities. Features a series of “Solution Team” structured meetings to help a student who is being bullied. Website includes training workshop descriptions and YouTube links about the No Bully Solution Team experience.

    PACER National Center for Bullying Prevention
    Provides resources for adults about bullying, with a special focus on children with disabilities. Includes information on Bullying Prevention Awareness Week and an animated site for elementary school students. Some content is available in Spanish, Somali, and Hmong.

    Provides information on bullying prevention, including research summaries and toolkits. Created by a national Canadian network of researchers and organizations committed to stopping bullying. Presented in English and French. Sponsored by the Networks of Centres of Excellence, Queen’s University, and York University.

    Put a STOP to Bullying in Your School
    The National Association of Elementary School Principals provides a host of resources for educators and parents. https://www.naesp.org/bullying-prevention-resources

    Stop Bullying Now!
    Provides information about bullying and prevention/intervention strategies for parents, children (ages 9 to 13), teachers, other school staff, and health and safety professionals. Features a resource kit with tips and facts. Includes web episodes and games for children, an activities guide, a video toolkit, and video workshops. Presents an extensive and searchable database of resources on bullying prevention. The information for adults is presented in English and Spanish. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA).

    Teens Against Bullying
    This site provides resources for teens about bullying.




    Know Bullying: Put the Power to Prevent Bullying in Your Hand
    Free app from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Research shows that parents and caregivers who spend at least 15 minutes a day talking with their child can build the foundation for a strong relationship and help prevent bullying. This app includes conversation starters, tips, warning signs, reminders, social media, and a section for educators.

    eSchool News: 5 Anti-Bully Apps You Should Know About
    Article describing five anti-bully apps.