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    Programs that attempt to reduce the incidence of bullying, a form of violence among children, on school playgrounds, in neighborhoods, in homes and on the Internet, through a variety of interventions which may include use of an anonymous questionnaire to assess the nature and prevalence of the problem, development and announcement of an intervention program, open discussions of bullying at school and in other venues, increased supervision of children in areas that are "hotspots" for bullying, arrangements for reporting bullying incidents, immediate intervention when bullying incidents occur, development of protective strategies for targets, formation of support groups for victims of bullies, discussions with parents of involved students, and engagement of community members in support of the program. Most bullying prevention programs are school based and target students in elementary, middle and junior high schools. Bullying can be physical, verbal, or psychological; and involves intentional, repeated hurtful acts, words and other behavior such as name-calling, threatening or shunning committed by one or more children against another.

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    Anti-Defamation LeagueFights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry in the United States and abroad through information, education, legislation and advocacy. Serves as a resource on bigotry and hate activities for government, media, law enforcement, educators and the public. Activities include exposing extremists and hate groups, monitoring the internet for hate language, providing expertise on domestic and international terrorism, developing and delivering educational programs, monitoring and combating cyber-bullying and mobilizing communities to reject bigotry and extremism. Anti-Defamation LeagueAnti-Defamation League
    Beginning Over FoundationServices for victims of domestic violence includes salon makeovers, legal consultation, court preparation and accompaniment, transitional housing and information and referrals to other community resources. Also has free 72-hour kennel services for pets of women receiving other services. Offers programs in dating violence and bullying prevention and works with cosmetology schools to help hairdressers recognize the warning signs of abuse in their clients.NorthamptonBeginning Over FoundationBeginning Over Foundation
    Center for Humanistic ChangeProvides prevention education (alcohol, tobacco, opioids and other drugs) and life skills training to help people of all ages learn to make healthy decisions and increase their resiliency for managing change and life's challenges. Offers programs for elementary and secondary students and the general population on a range of topics, including alcohol and drug prevention, bullying / violence prevention, self-esteem, relationships, personal safety and anger management. Programs are offered in schools, the community, and the workplace. LehighCenter For Humanistic ChangeCenter for Humanistic Change
    Compass Mark Lebanon - Skill QuestBullying, anger, stress, cultural diversity, and transition lessons for students from 3rd through 8th gradeLebanonCompass Mark - LebanonCompass Mark, INC.
    Stepping Stones for Life Bullying PreventionOffers programs that attempt to reduce the incidence of bullying, a form of violence among children, on school playgrounds, in neighborhoods, in homes and on the Internet, through a variety of interventions.BlairStepping Stones for Life Equine Assisted Learning Life Skills and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy ProgramStepping Stones for Life
    The Peace Center - Bullying Prevention Resource CenterProvides assistance to schools, families, and police to determine the best course of action with bullying and bullying targets. Can include education, facilitated dialogue, and school based prevention programs.BucksThe Peace Center - Bucks; PAThe Peace Center
    The Peace Center - School-Based Prevention ServicesProvides classroom education to schools in bucks county to prevent violence, bullying, and aggression and to promote communication, dialogue and peace.BucksThe Peace Center - Bucks; PAThe Peace Center
    Transitions - School Education Programs for Middle and High SchoolOffers a variety of educational presentations and topics for middle school and high school aged students. Topics and target audiences include: Talking About Sexual Harassment-defines sexual harassment and explores prevention techniques and reporting practices; target audience is 7th grade H.A.D. Enough-dating violence curriculum addresses the growing crisis of abuse within teen relationships. The video and discussion outline the differences between healthy and unhealthy behavioral patterns in dating relationships; target audience is 8th grade. Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault-a statistic-based prevention program explains the dynamics and cycle of abuse. The presentation defines acquaintance rape, statutory rape, and drug-facilitated sexual assault, addresses issues surrounding victim blaming, and outlines safety planning measures; target audience is 9th to 11th grade. Cyber-Bullying Prevention-an interactive board game style exercise will empower students to respond effectively to bullying; target audience is 7th to 12th grades. Bystander Intervention-builds knowledge, skills, and courage to safely intervene in a situation when another person needs help; target audience is 7th to 12th grades. Internet Safety-addresses safety on social media sites; target audience is 6th to 12th grades. Internet Safety for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities-video presentation teaches individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities about online safety. Following the video, education staff facilitates discussion about warning signs and how to report dangerous online activity. ​Social Cruelty-series takes a look at teen bullying and aggressive behavior from male and female perspectives. It will outline the unhealthy outcomes for both and provide resources for getting help; 2-day classroom series; target audience is 9th to 12th grades. Hanging Out or Hooking Up-participants discuss the differences and similarities between how men and women view dating and relationships; 2 classroom sessions; target audience is 11th and 12th grades. Sportsmanship-promotes respectful communication for coaches and athletes to encourage ethical and appropriate behavior both in and out of their sport; target audience is middle school to sollege aged students. o schedule for programming in your school, contact: Heather Shnyder, Education Specialist at heather_s@transitionsofpa.org or Rachel Farrow, Education Specialist at rachel_f@transitionsofpa.org oy by calling 570-523-1134 ext. 104. UnionTransitions of PATransitions of PA
    Women's Help Center, Inc. Bullying PreventionBullying prevention.CambriaWomen's Help Center, Inc.Women's Help Center
    Women's Help Center, Inc. Bullying PreventionProgram that attempts to reduce the incidence of bullying, a form of violence among children, on school playgrounds, in neighborhoods, in homes and on the Internet, through a variety of interventions which may include use of an anonymous questionnaire to assess the nature and prevalence of the problem, development and announcement of an intervention program, open discussions of bullying at school and in other venues, increased supervision of children in areas that are "hotspots" for bullying, arrangements for reporting bullying incidents, immediate intervention when bullying incidents occur, development of protective strategies for targets, formation of support groups for victims of bullies, discussions with parents of involved students, and engagement of community members in support of the program. Most bullying prevention programs are school based and target students in elementary, middle and junior high schools. Bullying can be physical, verbal, or psychological; and involves intentional, repeated hurtful acts, words and other behavior such as name-calling, threatening or shunning committed by one or more children against another.SomersetWomen's Help Center, Inc. Somerset OfficeWomen's Help Center

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