October is National Bullying Prevention Month
. Whether you are a parent, educator, community member, teen, or kid, you can take a stand against bullying. Visit the US Dept of Health and Human Service’s website, bullying.gov
to find out who is at risk, and what you can do to prevent and respond to bullying.
Check out these FAQ’s
from the National Bullying Prevention Center
Here, in Montgomery County, Project Change’s You Have the Power!
program helps youth confront the serious problem of bullying head on with a youth-led mentoring program in which older students teach younger students about the characteristics and consequences of bullying and how to reduce it in their communities.
These organizations provide
provides counseling, mentoring, case management and positive youth development programming, through there adolescent counseling programs.