Anti-Bullying Resources

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Bullying is a form of discrimination and should not be tolerated.  It can occur on the playground, in school, at work or at home. Collectively we need to take a stand against bullying.  Below are valuable resources to organizations that are providing wonderful tools and help.  Take a look through and lets bring an end to bullying.

Erase Bullying An online resource on bullying and reporting tool provided by the government of BC.
Stop A Bully for anonymous reporting of bullying at a school
Kids Help Phone Anonymous phone & web counseling for 20 and under.
Red Cross Resources for students are available through the Kids Help Phone 1 800 668-6868
 Youth In BC A program of the Crisis Centre. It connects youth with support, information and resources. Part of the Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of British Columbia
Deal Provides a monthly magazine and digital library to help overcome obstacles in personal, family and community life
Pink Shirt Day Awareness campaign on bullying.
BC Ministry of Education For parents to understand bullying behaviour. This includes 'Keeping Kids Safe', a guide for parents in grades K-12 and 'Internet Safety Tips for Parents'. All guides are available in multiple languages.
Learn Now BC Learn about cyber-safety with your children and explore online safety