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Bullying is happening everywhere and it can happen to anyone. Learn more to help protect all children.

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MBF Resources:

NEW: Bullying Prevention Month Toolkit

Safety Brief: Identifying & Reporting Bullying

MBF Online Training: Real World Safety

MBF Blogs:

Identifying, Intervening, Surviving, and Preventing Bullying Series

Part 1 – Get Involved To Stop Bullying
Part 2 – Cyberbullying: When Peers Are Predators Too
Part 3 – Younger Vs. Older Grades
Part 4 – Signs Your Child May Be The Target Of Bullying
Part 5 – Why Children Become Bullies
Part 6 – Adult Intervention
Part 7 – Bystanders And Student Intervention

External Resources:

PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center unites, engages, and educates communities to address and prevent bullying through creative, relevant and interactive digital resources for parents, schools, teens and youth.

Teens Against Bullying is a site created by and for teens, where middle and high school students can find ways to address bullying, take action, be heard, and join an important cause.

A creative, innovative, and educational site designed by and for elementary school students to learn about bullying prevention, engage in activities, and be inspired to take action.

Stop Bullying provides information from various Government sites about bullying, what it is, and how to prevent and respond to bullying and cyberbullying.

Solutions for Bullying provides a step-by-step guide with a wide variety of options to allow families to tailor their own solution to stop bullying. The site includes white papers, family contracts, reporting forms, and more.

What They're Saying...

The MBF Teen Safety Matters curriculum hosts an in-depth approach to important social and safety concerns relevant to youth. The program content is age-appropriate with engaging activities, jargon, and realistic situations to positively promote a relatable and impacting learning experience…Teen Safety Matters is an educational benefit to all parties involved – students, parents, facilitators, and schools.

There’s not a child in the world who can’t benefit from this program. There are so many instances where we see children who have been damaged and hurt. Things happened to them and we think, if they’d only had this program, if they’d only had the benefit of this education, that might not have happened to them. If we can prevent that from happening to a single child, then it’s worth all the effort we have put forth.

I heard about the program through my son. He came home…and showed me the safety rules. I cannot thank the Foundation enough; to have other people who are also concerned about my child’s safety and the safety of other kids is wonderful. I especially like the program’s focus on the prevention side.

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