Bullying Prevention

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    Programs that attempt to reduce the incidence of bullying, a form of violence among children, on school playgrounds, in neighborhoods, in homes and on the Internet, through a variety of interventions which may include use of an anonymous questionnaire to assess the nature and prevalence of the problem, development and announcement of an intervention program, open discussions of bullying at school and in other venues, increased supervision of children in areas that are "hotspots" for bullying, arrangements for reporting bullying incidents, immediate intervention when bullying incidents occur, development of protective strategies for targets, formation of support groups for victims of bullies, discussions with parents of involved students, and engagement of community members in support of the program. Most bullying prevention programs are school based and target students in elementary, middle and junior high schools. Bullying can be physical, verbal, or psychological; and involves intentional, repeated hurtful acts, words and other behavior such as name-calling, threatening or shunning committed by one or more children against another.

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    Bullying Awareness (Routt County) - Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide (REPS)It Takes Courage is a community outreach program designed to raise awareness of the impacts of bullying and decrease the incidents of suicide by providing our youth with the mechanisms that instill courage and inspire growth of empathetic communities.Routt CountyReaching Everyone Preventing Suicide (REPS)Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide (REPS)
    Bullying Workshop - Universal Education FoundationBullying Recovery This is a 4-afternoon session Workshop for teens who have been bullied. It is to help the teens understand and move beyond the emotional injuries in order to prevent self-injuring behaviors and suicide. **this can be mobile, within a 85 mile radius of Colorado Springs**Teller CountyParental Learning - Universal Education FoundationUniversal Education Foundation
    School services (SLV) - Center for Restorative programsWorks with school communities to develop or enhance school-based conflict resolution programs. Restorative discipline interventions Bullying prevention / intervention Peer mediation training / support Girls circle School staff trainingAlamosa CountyIndividual & Family Life (SLV) - Center for Restorative programsCenter for Restorative programs
    Violence Prevention and Peer Education - Advocates - Advocates Against Battering and AbuseHigh school students from all three school districts in Routt County volunteer to be trained for 15 hours on issues such as dating violence, sexual harassment, bullying and sexual assault. These students then present this information to their peers and younger students.Routt CountyAdvocates Building Peaceful CommunitiesAdvocates Building Peaceful Communities
    YouthPower365 Programs - YouthPower365YouthPower365 provides Education, Arts and Athletic development and education through early childhood, K-12 higher education programs. Early Childhood Programs: -Success at Six (5-6 years of age, kindergarten students) -Great Start (4-5 years of age, entering kindergarten) -Magic Bus (3-5 years of age) -Learn Through Play Groups (0-3 years of age) -Parent Mentors Program (adults/parents volunteering in YouthPower365 programs) K-12 Programs: - Power Hours Summer (7-13 years of age, 1st to 8th grade) - Power Hours After-school Program (5-13 years of age, kindergarten to 8th grade) - First Notes (8-13 years of age, 3rd through 8th grade) - Sowing Seeds (5 - 13 years of age, kindergarten through 8th grade) - Celebrate the Beat (6-13 years of age, 1st through 6th grade) - Anti-Bullying Program (6 - 18 years of age, 1st through 12th grades) - Girl PowHER (12-18 years of age, 6th through 12th grade) Higher Education: - Dollars for Scholars (17-22 years of age, high school & college students) - Internships & Apprenticeship Programs Eagle CountyYouthPower365YouthPower365

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