I Am a Social Service Provider
Be Strong needs YOU and thanks YOU – Working with young people is among the most rewarding and important roles in society. We need the survivors, the allies, the bullies and social service providers to unite for us all to experience restorative change. We know that it can be overwhelming to know what to do when faced with bullying – so we have crafted this simple checklist to get you started in positively disrupting your home, your classroom, your school, and your community!
Stay up-to-date on upcoming FREE events – be sure to subscribe to the Be Strong Newsletter.
Check out below, all types of great articles to help build your understanding, hope, confidence and resilience!
Latest Information Resources for Social Service Providers
With the understanding that everybody encounters social aggression somewhere, sometime, Jacob Sartorius chooses to use his voice to help, stating, “If you don’t use your platform for good, why have one?”
The Model School District Policy on Suicide Prevention has recently been published by the NASP, ASCA, AFSP, and The Trevor Project.
There are times that joking crosses a line and a child may not know they are being bullied, or in an attempt to keep a friend or seem cool, they may keep their pain silent.
Studies show that during the winter months, lack of sunlight, dark clouds and drop in temperatures can kick off the “winter blues.”
To understand why bullying isn’t disappearing – and will never disappear – we need to look in the mirror.
When someone is hating on you, they’re trying to get a reaction out of you for their own personal enjoyment.