Courage to Care, developed by bullying expert Dr. Malcolm Smith, is an evidence-based curriculum for middle school students, designed to increase empathy and care for others, and reduce bullying and meanness. It has shown extreme effectiveness in tests with over 3000 students to improve school culture and climate while reducing peer victimization. It was created by researchers, educators and specialists from the University of New Hampshire and is now being used in schools nationwide.
Bully Free NH is a grassroots organization committed to bullying awareness, prevention, and intervention in New Hampshire schools.
Come Together NH is a collaboration of Bully Free NH, the NH Council on Developmental Disabilities, and other concerned community members; Come Together NH is the next evolution of the Anti-Bullying Taskforce of the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities. http://www.cometogethernh.org
Information on the SAU #19 (Goffstown/New Boston) Anti-Bullying Project:
TIGER (Theater Integrating Guidance, Education, and Responsibility) at Plymouth State University is a non-profit professional educational theatre company designed to help children, schools, parents, and communities deal proactively and positively with social issues and concerns facing children in schools today, including bullying. TIGER offers performances for grades K-8 in schools throughout New England as well as student and teacher workshops.
StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.
Bullying.org's purpose is to eliminate bullying by supporting individuals and organizations to take positive actions against bullying through the sharing of resources, and to guide and champion them in creating non-violent solutions to the challenges and problems associated with bullying.
NoBullying.com was launched as a website by parents who seen their children suffer from bullying and cyber bullying. It is an online forum aimed at educating, advising, counseling and helping to stop bullying and cyber bullying.
The National Crime Prevention Council: Bullying site provides information and resources to help prevent bullying.
Information specifically for parents of LGBT children:
UNH Cooperative Extension’s brochure (PDF), Understanding Bullying:
The New Hampshire Dept. of Education’s site provides resources for parents and educators, including information about NH’s anti-bullying law.