Anti-Bullying Resources

September 2, 2004
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Project Anti-Bully
Started by students in response to increasing levels of bullying and cyber-bullying, Project Anti-Bully provides resources and a social network that seeks to stop bullying in schools and beyond.

Schoolwide Prevention of Bullying
This Web site offers suggestions on how to set up anti-bullying programs, and offers sample schools that have followed their suggestions.

University of Colorado's Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence Bullying Prevention Page
This is a page filled with resources for preventing bullying in your school.  Created by University of Colorado's Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, it outlines what teachers, students and parents should do to stop bullying.

Anti-Bullying Programs
This is a local guide to bully prevention programs from Washington state. It explains six different programs that have been implemented there and have seen positive results.

Steps to Respect
This program teaches adults to handle bullying situations, while teaching children skills to make healthy relationships and decrease bullying behavior.

This is a program designed to decrease wrong behaviors and promote positive development of at-risk school-age children and adolescents.

Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
This program was created to decrease bullying behaviors and increase positive relations. It can be taught to all ages and combines teachers, students and parents through out the process.

The Incredible Years
This program targets young children; it tries to prevent negative behavior before it becomes dangerous.

Bullying Prevention Program
This program is designed to target the entire school, teaching positive behavior.

Operation Respect
A non-profit organization that tries to transform schools, camps and organizations focused on children and youth, into more compassionate, safe and respectful environments.

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