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National Partners

PACER gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the many national nonprofit organizations that raise awareness of bullying prevention. Partners include organizations that reach a nationwide audience and have a focus on bullying prevention, child and youth, disability or education issues. Partners support and promote the activities of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center on their social media channels, e-newsletters, and printed materials.

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2017 National Partners

Advocates for Victims of Abuse We do a lot of outreach awareness, not only in October, but all year round. In the rural area where we are located, we are very secluded and small, and have a high suicide rate in which bullying is often a factor. Currently, we are in the midst of the national Start with a Smile Campaign. Bullying does not stop, so neither do we!
American Association on Health and Disability
American Council for School Social Work
American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
American Music Therapy Association
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Creating a positive Club climate is an important practice for both staff and members to feel emotionally safe. Boys & Girls Clubs' front line staff play a critical role in creating an environment that is safe and supportive. Together with our partners Planet Fitness, STOMP Out Bullying, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and the American Counseling Association, Clubs are working to create the first-ever Judgement Free Generation – a pro-kindness, anti-bullying movement, aimed at empowering a culture of kindness and encouragement among youth.
Council for Exceptional Children
GLSEN
National Association of School Psychologists The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) supports equal access to education and mental health services for all youth within public, charter, and private schools. Aggression and intimidation violate the right of students to receive equal educational opportunities and subsequently reduce academic engaged time. Failure to address bullying in the school setting perpetuates an environment that is unsafe and not supportive of academic achievement, social–emotional development, and mental health.
National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE)
National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth (NCWD/Youth)
National Council on Independent Living
National Eating Disorders Association
National PTA We do a bullying prevention month promotion in October.
National Runaway Safeline
National Safe Place Network National Safe Place Network (NSPN) provides training and technical assistance to youth service organizations. The Network helps meet the needs of its members by creating resources such as webinars, tip sheets, blog posts, and more to help address the challenges youth face. Bullying is a major issue that requires support from all levels. Together, PACER's, NSPN, and other partners can help end bullying.
Prevent Child Abuse America Featured Unity Day at our national conference partnering with Chartwells k12 to educate food service professionals about their role in bullying prevention. Partnering with Center for Safe Sport to educate coaches about their role in bullying prevention. Social and emotional learning included in training and supervision of home visitors in Healthy Families America initiative. We believe SEL begins at birth through the attachment process and therefore bullying prevention begins at this time too.
Public Advocacy for Kids PAK is happy to disseminate information about Bullying Prevention Month. We are working with school districts and states to include bullying prevention as an additional ESSA indicator, and lobbying for additional resources in Title IV of ESSA.
The Arc The Arc's National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability (NCCJD) is the national focal point for the collection and dissemination of resources and serve as a bridge between justice and I/DD professionals. The NCCJD® pursues and promotes safety, fairness and justice for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as suspects, offenders, victims or witnesses. http://www.thearc.org/NCCJD White paper - Violence, Abuse and Bullying Affecting People with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities: A Call to Action for the Criminal Justice Community http://www.thearc.org/document.doc?id=5145 accompanying webinar: http://www.thearc.org/NCCJD/training/webinars/archive#violence-in-the-lives-of-PWD
The Bully Project
The Great American NO BULL Challenge The last day to enter our National Video Challenge is Feb. 23rd with public voting to start Feb. 27th-Mar 6th. Don't miss out on entering for a chance to win scholarships and great prizes.
The National School Climate Center Through our leading school climate survey, the Comprehensive School Climate Inventory (CSCI), we have given voice to more than 400,000 students, parents and staff in 22 states across the country. These voices are shaping the future of our schools in ways that will make long-standing positive changes. Our national bullying prevention campaign, Upstander Alliance, provides free resources and classroom-based tools to students and educators. More than 4,500 schools have used these resources since the campaign began in 2009. Our work with Special Olympics, Unified Strategy, and long-standing partnership with Winston Preparatory Schools continue to prioritize social inclusion, and ensure success for students with disabilities in school and beyond.