If you’re being cyberbullied, you may not know where to turn for help or how to start a conversation. Here are some resources to help you.
StopBullying.gov– The Health and Human Services website has a wealth of information to help educate and prevent bullying.
The National Bullying Prevention Center– Another site loaded with information, including a section for children with disabilities.
Stomp out Bullying– Has a live help chat line for kids over the age of thirteen. It’s intended to assist those who’ve been bullied and are at risk for suicide.
National Association of School Psychologists– Great list of resources
Cyberbully Help– Dedicated to prevent bullying the digital age, this site is specific to electronic bullying. It includes resources from leading cyberbullying experts Robin Kowakski, Susan Limber and Patti Agatson. Lots of great resources for parents, teachers and kids.
Cyberbullying Research Center:-The U.S.’s leading research center on causes, solutions and statistics on cyberbullying.