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About Be Strong

Be Strong is a nonprofit organization designed to Save Lives + End Bullying among students in America. Bullying has become a pervasive and unwelcome reality among our youth today, and not just in our children’s schools but in the online world as well.

Empowering youth to be the change they want to see in our world through hope and resiliency training. Not all aggressive behavior is qualified as bullying, our step one is to create awareness for students, parents/guardians, teachers and administrators to identify what bullying actually is providing a safe place for students to reveal the challenges that they are facing. Providing them with support and resources when social injustice issues occur. To that end, we are meeting them where they are by developing and implementing a number of tools that form the Be Strong Digital Bridge, a set of digital tools that connects people of all ages with one-touch resources such as a suicide lifeline, text line, and trusted friends alert, a Smartphone App, an information portal, increased access to social resources as well as a growing team of Be Strong Student Leaders prepared to spread the message of help, support and understanding to young people in need.

Depression, anxiety, and many other psychological challenges, can result from bullying, and exposure to violence can lead to a wide array of negative behaviors and outcomes, including alcohol and drug use, self-harm and suicide, arrests and gun violence. We therefore support training teachers, administrators, guidance counselors, and qualified community volunteers to help recognize signs that a student might need special attention.

Through heightened awareness, community advocacy and youth empowerment, Be Strong strives to shine a light on social environment safety and acceptance, enhance knowledge about the resources available and aggregate professional service providers. Join the Be Strong Movement.

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Download Be Strong Support Letters

  • California Department of Education Support Letter – Be Strong
  • Los Angeles County Office of Education Support Letter – Be Strong
  • Gov. Rick Scott Support Letter – Stand Strong USA
  • Congresswoman Ileana Ross-Leighton Support Letter – Stand Strong USA
  • Miami-Dade County Public Schools Endorsement Letter – Stand Strong USA

Our Current News & Press Releases

Student of the Month – West Virginia State Rep. Taylor

“High School should be a positive experience for everyone. People should be able to have a friend-group, or a peer, or a teacher, that they always feel that they belong with, and rely on.” -Taylor Taylor Garner, of Parkursburg High in Parkursburg, WV has been...

Madison and Tre Become State Reps and Launch #inmyownskin Challenge

Madison Haulter and her boyfriend Tre Booker went viral and inspired thousands by how they gracefully shut down the trolls who body-shamed their prom photos. We're excited to announce that Tre and Madison have joined Be Strong to be our Indiana State Representatives....

Student of the Month – Florida State Rep JJ

“I am a leader. I refuse to let what others say about me, define me.” -JJ Jesula Jeannot, of Atlantic High School in Delray Beach, FL has been nominated as our Be Strong student of the month. As a 12th grader, JJ has already developed a reputation for helping others...

DIFF Charitable Eyewear Teams with Be Strong

Our Student Leadership President Joshua met with the founders of DIFF Charitable Eyewear. We are thrilled to announce that DIFF is supporting Be Strong’s work to stop bullying in 2017.

We Are Strong!

Be Strong launches a global campaign to include people from all over the world to raise their voices. Join the movement and submit a video!

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