October is National Bullying Prevention Month, an opportunity to broaden our understanding of bullying and take action toward making school a safe space for kids and teens.
Bullying can occur in multiple ways. It can be verbal, physical, through social exclusion, or via digital sources like email, texts, or social media.
Being bullied can severely affect the person’s self-image, social interactions, school performance and mental health.
Join us in taking a stand against bullying by using the resources below to become educated on the signs of bullying and how to stop it.
Information and activities for adults to learn how to support kids experiencing bullying.
A resource for kids to learn about the types of bullying and how to identify them.
Learn what cyberbullying is, how to prevent it and how to respond if you or someone you know is experiencing cyberbullying.
Are you being bullied? Do you know someone being bullied? Learn what you can do to keep yourself and the kids you know safe from bullying.
Visions In Education is partnering with CareSolace, a free mental health coordination service, to provide access to care for all Visions students, families, and staff! Get in touch with CareSolace’s professional team to get their help in finding appropriate mental health services for you or someone in need.
Our counselors are here to support the positive mental health and overall-well being of all our students.
If you are in crisis or in need of immediate help, call the 24/7 California Youth Crisis Hotline at 800.843.5200