Our Community Change Champions program is working to help self-advocates take an activist role against bullying.
Unfortunately, we've learned bullying doesn't stop with school; it can continue into the workforce. And no matter where it happens, it makes people feel helpless and isolated.
With that in mind, we wanted to share some resources.
This sheet is compiled from tips on the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services' Stop Bullying Now website.
Also, Washington State has an independent education ombuds office. It has great resources, too. You can check them out here. Or by topic, below:
- What is bullying?
- A Parent’s role in preventing bullying
- A School’s role in preventing bullying
- School District model policy and procedure
- Bullying resources
- The Advocacy Team at The Arc of King County