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Bullying Resources

101 Tools for Tolerance
c/o The Southern Poverty Law Center
400 Washington Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: 334-956-8200
Fax: 334-956-8488
Website: http://www.tolerance.org/101_tools/index.html

Ideas for home, school, workplace, and community; a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.


Committee For Children
568 First Avenue South, Suite 600
Seattle, Washington 98104

Product Returns and Exchanges Warehouse
801 First Avenue South, Suite 100
Seattle, Washington 98134
Employment :
info@cfchildren.org
Phone: 206-438-6613
Media Contact
ssimonsen@cfchildren.org
Phone: 206-438-6413
Website:
http://www.cfchildren.org/

Committee for Children seeks to foster the social and emotional development, safety, and well-being of children through education and advocacy. This nonprofit organization develops and publishes programs and curricula for children from preschool through middle school about social skills, bullying, and sexual abuse, in addition to an emergent literacy program for young children.


Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
1212 New York Ave. NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202-776-0027
Website: http://www.fightcrime.org/

Report shows that half of all bullying can be prevented. Describes three proven models of "bullying prevention" programs for schools and families.


Indicators of School Crime and Safety 2002
1990 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006, USA
Phone: 202-502-7300
Website: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/iscs02.pdf

Results of study in which students, ages 12 through 18, were asked if they had been bullied (that is, picked on or made to do things they did not want to do) at school. National Center for Education Statistics website.


London Family Court Clinic -- Bullying: Information for Parents and Teachers
254 Pall Mall St., Suite 200
London, Ontario N6A 5P6 CANADA
Phone: 519-679-7250
Fax: 519-675-7772
Email: info@lfcc.on.ca
Website: http://www.lfcc.on.ca/bully.htm

An excerpt from A School-based Anti-Violence Program. Background information along with family and classroom prevention measures from the Center for Children and Families in the Justice System.


Maine Project Against Bullying (MPAB)
Contact: Chuck Saufler, Director of Bullying Project
Email: sauflers@lincoln.midcoast.com
Website: http://lincoln.midcoast.com/~wps/against/bullying.html

Survey of bullying among Maine third graders, including methodologies, survey form, and findings.


Partners Against Hate
1100 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite #1020
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202.452.8310
Fax: 202.296.2371 fax
Email:  webmaster@partnersagainsthate.org

A collaboration among the Anti-Defamation League, the Leadership Conference Education Fund, and the Center for the Prevention of Hate Violence to provide the public with hate crime-related information, resources, news reports, and effective counteraction tools. Their activity guide, Helping Children Resist Bias and Hate, includes work on bullying.


Relationships Between Bullying and Violence Among U.S. Youth
Subscriber Services Center
American Medical Association
P.O. Box 10946
Chicago, IL 60610-0946
Phone: 1-800-262-2350/1-312-670-7827
Email: ama-subs@ama-assn.org
Website: http://ama-assn.org

According to the April 2003 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, U.S. researchers find that while it's common, bullying is not normal -- and it is associated with other forms of violent behaviors, including weapon carrying, frequent fighting, and fighting-related injury.


Take a Stand! Lend a Hand! Stop Bullying Now
Website: http://stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov/index.asp

For kids: Whether you've been bullied, you've witnessed bullying, you've bullied others, or you're just curious -- learn about bullying and how to do something about it. Online survey about bullying, some cool games. Created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Maternal and Child Health Bureau.

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