More Anti-Bullying Resources

Intervention and Prevention of Bullying by Being the Church 

Resource List:

The Bully Project:

Through this site, you can purchase the tool kit and DVD for $29.99 and host a public screen with discussion. Website includes downloadable discussion guide and many other resources as well.


The Trevor Project:

Focused on crisis intervention and suicide prevention, particular for LGBTQ young people.  Includes link to 24/7 hotline.  Phone number for hotline is 1-866-488-7386


How to Handle Bullies, Teasers and Other Meanies, by Kate Cohen-Posey:

A book for elementary aged children that gives practical advice to children on using nonviolent strategies to respond to bullies.  It (a) covers annoying name calling, vicious prejudice, explosive anger, dangerous situations, and causes of difficult behavior; (b) contains more than 12 ways for melting meanness; [c] Uses dozens of dialogues and practice exercises that children enjoy reading; (d) shows young people how to put spiritual truths into action; (e) gives parents, teachers, and counselors a method to help young people help themselves.

Through this site you can see updated bullying and cyberbullying statistics, steps on prevention and intervention, and steps youth and adults can take if they witness or experience bullying. This site also has links to blogs and news articles dealing with bullying.


Common Sense Media:

This site provides media literacy resources for schools which can also be applied to churches.

They also have available for download a cyberbullying curriculum that is comprehensive for children and youth from K-12, it is geared for schools but can be easily adapted for churches. Here is the link to the curriculum:


Start Empathy:

This site has resources and videos on how to promote empathy in children.


Stand for the Silent:

An example of a movement to end bullying. There are videos for download and more information on how to work with this organization to end bullying.


*We are collecting resources.  Please send recommendations to and we will continue to build our resource base for the North Georgia Conference