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911 Tips

If your child is the victim of or witness to bullying:

  • Stand up for your child. If you witness or hear about any bullying, respond right away.
  • Help your child identify where they can get help at school if and when they need it.
  • Call (877-542-SAFE) Colorado’s Safe 2 Tell hotline or visit their website to report the bullying.
  • File a report of the incident with your child's school and follow up to see that action is taken. Contact 911 if necessary.
  • If your child is experiencing trauma as a result of the bullying find them a trained counselor to talk to.

These are the facts...

74% of 8 to 11-year-olds say teasing and bullying happen at their school and 15% of high school students report experiencing cyberbullying in the past year. Victims of bullying, the bullies themselves, and even those children who simply witness bullying will struggle in school and sometimes stop attending out of fear, experience low self-esteem, live in a constant state of stress response, become depressed and of-ten turn to violent behavior. Children who are the victims of bullying have higher incidences of suicide, truancy, health problems, behavior issues, and more. Like second-hand smoke from a cigarette, children who simply witness bullying are also negatively impacted in the same ways as their bullied peers.

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