Stop Bullying.gov (Stop Bullying.gov en Español)
This website, managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.
- NICHD adapted materials from Stop Bullying.gov into an online curriculum titled
Bullying: Be More Than a Bystander (PDF - 1.09 MB), which can be used by parents or educators to educate students about bullying.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (CDC en Español)
The CDC maintains several pages relevant to bullying:
HealthyChildren.org (HealthyChildren.org en Español )
This comprehensive child health website for parents, created by the American Academy of Pediatrics, presents
Bullying: It's Not OK (Bullying: It's Not OK en Español ), a page with information about bullying and how to help children who are victims of bullying or are bullies themselves.
American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: Family Resources
Among the resources for families related to child mental health offered by this site is
Facts for Families: Bullying , which describes bullying and what parents can do to help children who are victims of bullying or who are bullying others.
GirlsHealth.gov: Bullying offers girls ages 10 to 16 information about bullying and how to protect themselves.
MedlinePlus (MedlinePlus en Español)
page on bullying (MedlinePlus's page on bullying en Español) offers many resources relevant to this topic.
National Crime Prevention Council
The Council's pages on bullying include
Bullying: Information and Resources , which offers resources for parents, children, and law enforcement officers, and
Cyberbullying , which contains resources for parents and children on this topic as well as PSAs and other resources.
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights
Prohibited Disability Harassment is an official letter from the Department of Education reminding educational institutions of their obligations to protect students with disabilities from harassment in school.
National Education Association (NEA)
Bully Free: It Starts With Me is a pledge for adults to stand up against bullying.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Adolescent Health
Bullying and Violence offers resources for parents on talking to their teens about bullying.
National Women's Law Center (NWLC)
The NWLC offers resources related to Title IX, which prohibits gender-based discrimination or harassment based on sex in federally funded schools. Relevant pages include
Sexual Harassment & Bullying , which offers resources for parents, students, and educators on preventing and responding to gender-based bullying, and
Title IX Protections From Bullying & Harassment in School: FAQs for Students .
PACER (Parents Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights) offers many resources to help enhance quality of life for people with disabilities. Bullying prevention is one area of activity for PACER:
National Bullying Prevention Center
PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center unites, engages, and educates communities nationwide to address bullying through creative, relevant, and interactive resources.
Teens Against Bullying
This site offers information and resources for teens to stop bullying in their communities.
Kids Against Bullying
This site offers information and resources aimed at kids who want to stop bullying in their schools.
Created by the Nemours Foundation, this site offers information for parents, kids, and teens about how to deal with bullying and prevent bullying.
U.S. Department of Justice (U.S. Department of Justice en Español)
Offices within the U.S. DoJ offer fact sheets on bullying.
- Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention:
- Cartoon Network
The Cartoon Network's
Stop Bullying campaign lets kids learn about bullying and its effects and take a pledge to stop bullying.
Cyberbullying Research Center
This resource for parents, educators, law enforcement officers, counselors, and others who work with youth discusses the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents.
Committee for Children
This organization advocates for child health and well-being.
Please note: Links to organizations and information included on this page do not indicate endorsement from the NICHD, NIH, or HHS.