Parent Resources

If you feel your child is at risk of self-harm, please contact a mental health professional, such as your local children’s hospital or mental health officer with local law enforcement, as soon as you can, and if you feel that the risk of self-harm is imminent, call 911 immediately.

If you feel a crime has been committed, or is likely to occur, please contact your local law enforcement to file and pursue a complaint.

What is cyberbullying?

View the Adult Resource Packet

How to advocate for your child with their school?

Parent Resources

  • Know your rights as a parent

    As a parent you want the best for your child.  When they are suffering you want to protect and help them through their troubles, but you may not really know where to start. The first thing you need to understand is the depth of the problem and how you can help.  Talk to your child about the situation.

  • How to spot the signs of bullying with your children

    Cyberbullying is a tough problem to deal with because it happens so anonymously and can be tough to spot in your own children if you aren’t looking for the signs. Watch for the following signs in your kids and talk to them if you are noticing changes in their behavior. Don’t assume they are “just being a teenager” or “are being moody.”