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Program Materials
The OBPP comprises three resources, including a Bullying Questionnaire and two manuals, as well as other materials. 

Readiness Assessment
This tool will help you gauge how prepared your school is to implement the program.

Four Core Components
The OBPP is a long-term, system-wide program for change involving program components at four levels.

Trainer Certification
Periodically, we offer a Trainer Certification Course for people interested in becoming a certified trainer in the OBPP.

Definition of Bullying
It is important to know what bullying is, and what is not bullying.

The Bullying Circle
Nearly one in five students experiences bullying in some way. Other students, called bystanders, are also affected by the bullying

Online courses provide information about bullying, dating violence

CEsThese interactive programs provide key information about bullying, cyber bullying, and dating violence, and explain how schools, community organizations, and parents can create safe, healthy environments. Learn more

States address bullying, harassment

Bullying map

Educators and lawmakers are addressing bullying, harassment, and hazing in their laws and policies.
Learn about the efforts in your state.

Youth suicide can be prevented

Suicide is the third leading cause of death for young people, according to the American Association of Suicidology. Raising awareness of the problem can help prevent premature death. Learn more 

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Webinar Series

Join us for A Four-Part Webinar Series on School Violence Prevention:
Life Skills For Safe Schools
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Funding Opportunity

Drug Abuse Prevention Intervention Research Grant:
The purpose of this grant is to encourage applications from institutions/organizations that propose to advance the science of drug abuse prevention. Learn more


Bullying in U.S. Schools: 2014 Status Report
Download your free copy of this informative report here! 

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