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Bullying & Hazing Resources

The topic of bullying has received a great deal of attention in recent months. To assist your efforts in addressing this issue, we wish to make you aware of several organizations, programs and resources available to your school. Please click on the links below for contact information and additional information about each organization. Please do not hesitate to contact these organizations or the MIAA staff if we can be of assistance to your school, staff, or students.

Yubbie Foundation

The founder and Executive Director Joe Wojcik breathed life into the Foundation through his passion to make a difference. He is a powerful motivational speaker, delivering messages of hope and possibility. He shares profound insights, perspectives and education through seminars and keynote speaking engagements. A victim of bullying in his youth, Joe’s life journey drew him into substance abuse as a young man. A debilitating automobile accident in his early thirties became a life-altering experience. Joe persevered through a seventeen year healing process that included a physical, psychological and spiritual transformation. Drawing upon his experiences, Joe today addresses bullying and its long-term effects, the power of nurturing in parenthood, overcoming adversity, and fulfilling purpose.

Yubbie Foundation
467 Springdale Road
Westfield, MA 01085
413-562-2299
info AT yubbiefoundation DOT org
jwojcik AT yubbiefoundation DOT org

 

School Law Note - Bullying Requirements and Timeline
Massachusetts General Law - Hazing
Anti-Defamation League

For students:

Interrupting bullying doesn't have to be dangerous or complicated. This one-sheet spells out six steps youth can take.

For parents:

Do you think your child is being cyberbullied? Learn telltale behavior to watch for.
What if you think your child might be engaging in bullying? Find warning signs and what to do.

For educators:

Your school can begin to develop a comprehensive approach to name-calling, bullying and cyberbullying by planning an ADL workshop or by earning the ADL designation No Place for Hate®.

For everyone:

Books can be a great way to teach students what bullying is, how to be an ally to targets and how to prevent bullying. See the titles our experts recommend.

National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS)
Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center

Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center
Bridgewater State College
Maxwell Library 201
Bridgewater, MA 02325
508-531-1784
marc AT bridgew DOT edu

http://webhost.bridgew.edu/marc/

Anti-Defamation League - New England

Sport in Society

Sport in Society
360 Huntington Avenue
Suite 510 INV
Boston MA 02115
617-373-4025
sportinsociety AT neu DOT edu

http://www.northeastern.edu/sportinsociety/

Other Resources

Attorney General’s Office Website
www.stopbullyingnow.com

Rachel’s Challenge
www.rachelschallenge.org

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