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!
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Latest Information Resources for Social Service Providers
There are a lot of social movements on the web. The best of which spread positivity – reinforcing the online community through positive posting.
PTSD is an anxiety disorder that occurs when an individual has experienced distressing events and can even result from bullying and harassment.
In today’s world, society tends to judge. Every young person needs to know they are amazing, strong and capable of greatness.
It’s important to learn about what goes on in your child’s life when you’re not around ― 1 out of 5 kids say they’ve been bullied at some point.
By Jenny Wise In the past, parents only needed to worry about bullying at school and on the playground. With social media and the internet now connecting us at every moment, however, bullying has moved into new territory. Cyberbullying has become an epidemic among...
Never before have children been so plugged in-and so out of touch with the natural world. Teens are now spending over seven hours a day in front of screens.