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PACER has been providing bullying prevention resources since 2002 when staff wrote the first curriculum in the nation on bullying prevention for children with disabilities. In 2006, those initial efforts led to the creation of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center (NBPC), a program focusing on creating outreach and educational resources for parents, professionals, and students, with and without disabilities. NBPC recognizes bullying as a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and safety and well-being of students.

— 2023 —

1.3 million Visits to NBPC websites ( 983,920; Kids site: 207,066 and Teens: 167,840)
25,000 Subscribers to e-newsletter
5 million Bookmarks distributed to schools, organizations, and communities
65,000  Followers on PACER’s NBPC social media
13,000 Unity Day posters distributed
1,455 Requests for individual assistance, information, and support responded to by NBPC staff
250,000 Views of the 86 videos in the PACERTalks About Bullying video series (427K cumulative views)
32,878 Miles recorded for the Run Walk Roll

With offices in Minnesota and Los Angeles, NBPC continues to creatively grow and build its resources and expand the community outreach and network to address bullying for students, parents, educators, and communities. A few responses from the community include:

  • I just visited your site and I really like everything on the site, I would like to thank you very much for this great work, Shayma, School Social Worker
  • Thank you for providing resources for all families. You have no idea how much it helps! Dana, parent
  • Thank you all you do to support every child's right to dignity. You are making the world a better place, and I am so grateful. Kayla, bullying prevention author