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Other Resources for Middle School


 

This page provides additional resources for middle school students to learn more about and reflect on bullying prevention and cyberbullying. We have included information on topics related to mental health, sexual orientation, and students with disabilities because we know that kids who are "different" are often the target of bullying. 

If you are a target of bullying for ANY REASON, or if you have ANY questions about your own or a friend's mental health situation, there are many adults in your community to whom you can turn.  No question is too trivial. If you are worried about yourself or someone else, trust your gut. Find a parent, a teacher or a counselor who will listen and offer help. 

These pages, geared to middle school students, are here to provide additional resources on issues related to bullying prevention and intervention. The information on these pages is by no means complete. This simply represents our top picks at this time.

BULLYING AND CYBERBULLYING WEBSITES

StopBullying.gov 

Pacer National Center on Bullying Prevention

athinline.org

GAY, LESBIAN, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER WEBSITES

Gay, Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN)

The Trevor Project

It Gets Better

Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)

TransPeopleSpeak.org

MENTAL HEALTH WEBSITES

Reachout.com

Project Interface

Riverside Community Care

 

If you want more information on how to report bullying

go to the Reporting Forms and Procedures page of this website. 

 

Before filing an incident report, we strongly encourage you to also explore other pages on this website to learn more about bullying prevention and intervention.