top of page
Anti-Bullying Curriculum * Anti-Bullying Workshop/Classes



Our Mission is to provide educational programs, bullying awareness, prevention and intervention programs, social skills cultural, and domestic violence programs and to have resources available to the community. Boosted adolescents self esteem by providing coaching and team building games, provide curriculum. Many people name Bullying for EVERY crime/action as it relates to teens and that is incorrect. We offer Anti-Bullying Information from Elementary thru College and we have ALL year round Anti-Bullying Events/Rallies.


A study from the Boston Children’s Hospital which was published in Pediatrics (Official Journal Of The America Academy Of Pediatrics) on February 17 states that childhood bullying can cause long-term health problems that persist even into adulthood. This study is the first of its kind and examines the effects that bullying has when it begins at a young age and continues right through until the end of high school. Children bullied for a longer span of time have poorer mental and physical health than those who have never been bullied or were only bullied for a few months or years.


RESULTS: Bullying was associated with worse mental and physical health, greater depression symptoms, and lower self-worth over time. Health was significantly worse for children with both past and present bullying experiences, followed by children with present-only experiences, children with past-only experiences, and children with no experiences. For example, 44.6% of children bullied in both the past and present were at the lowest deciles of psychosocial health, compared with 30.7% of those bullied in the present only (P = .005), 12.1% of those bullied in the past only (P < .001), and 6.5% of those who had not been bullied (P < .001).


CONCLUSIONS: Both chronic and current bullying are associated with substantially worse health. Clinicians who recognize bullying when it first starts could intervene to reverse the downward health trajectory experienced by youth who are repeated targets.


Anti-Bullying Seminar, Anti-Bullying Curriculum, and Anti-Bullying Workshop & Classes.  


Section 1:

  • How to identify Bullying?

  • How common is bullying?

  • Does age make a difference?

  • Is bullying usually carried out by an individual or group?

  • Are there differences in the bullying experiences of girls and boys?




Section 2:

  • Where does bullying take place?

  • Why don't children tell?

  • Who do children tell when they are being bullied?




Section 3:

  • Does bullying cause problems in later years?

  • Does bullying cause health problems?

  • Why do some students bully?

  • Is Bullying All That Harmful?

  • What is Aggressive Behavior?

  • Is there a link between childhood bullying behavior and anti-social behavior in later years?





Section 4:

  • How to identify what is Not Bullying?

  • How to identify Cyber-Bullying?

  • What is Truancy? 

  • Suicide and Suicidal Prevention



Suicidal is a thought pattern before it commits The crime. 

bottom of page