Resources

¨Wired Kids web site provides guidance for youth, parents and educators for responding to acts of cyberbullying.

¨Education.com web site includes a list of peer-reviewed articles related to bullying.

¨U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration web site offers practical advice to students and parents about ways to respond to bullying at school.

¨The Texas Attorney General’s Office offers information about cyberbullying, dating violence, and other safety issues.

¨A link to a survey of middle school students' experiences with bullying shows that kids want the adults in school to pay attention and keep them safe.

¨Support Organizations and Hotlines

¨American Foundation for Suicide Prevention  (888) 333-2377

¨Covenant House Youth Crisis Hotline  (800) 999-9999

¨Focus Adolescent services  (877) 362-8727

¨National Center for Victims of Crime  (703) 276-2880

¨National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and neglect Information

¨National Domestic Violence Hotline  (800) 799-7233, (800)787-3224 (TTY)

¨National Mental Health Association  (800) 969-6642

¨National Referral Network for Kids in Crisis  (800) 543-7283

¨National Runaway Switchboard  (800) 621-4000

¨National Victim Center (800) 394-2255

¨Trevor Helpline for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth  (800) 850-8078

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