Help Desk: How to deal with bullying

Listed below, are groups, organizations and foundations involved with the education and prevention of bullying. In addition, there are hotline numbers individuals can call if they're faced with any bullying.

Anti-Defamation League

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry in the U.S. and abroad through information, education, legislation, and advocacy. ADL serves as a resource for government, media, law enforcement, educators and the public.

(404) 262-3470

No Place For Hate

More than 160 schools in the Southeast region participate in this popular anti-bias training program, which gives students an opportunity to understand the damaging impact that bullying and bigotry have on individuals as well as the social fabric of the schools. The program is free to schools and easy to integrate into the core curriculum, even as it teaches important messages about the destructive impact of hate.

(404) 262-3470

Georgia Department of Education School Safety Hotline

Georgia's toll-free, anonymous, 24-hour school safety hotline is designed for crisis prevention. If students know of an unsafe situation in school (weapons violations, bomb threats, drugs or alcohol, bullying, etc.), they can anonymously pass on that information through the hotline, initiating immediate and appropriate action.

From 8am- 5pm call 404-464-7891. After hours call 1-877-SAY-STOP.

Keenan's Kids

Keenan's Kids Foundation works to improve the daily lives and the future of children and has been dedicated to informing the public about child safety hazards. They are available to speak to parents about bullying issues regarding their children, among other topics.

404- 223-5437

Ambassadors 4 Kids Club

The Ambassadors 4 Kids Club is a national organization with online resources and an Anti-Bullying program that is a highly interactive for kids in Pre-K through Eighth Grade. The program improves school and child safety by educating and empowering kids to speak out against bullying. This educational program is evidence based and approved by the U.S. Department of Health and Services.

24 Hour Crisis Hotline for Parents


Children Without a Voice USA

Children Without A Voice USA is a grass roots 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated and determined in fighting crimes, child abuse and neglect in America through education and advocacy


Ben Cohen's Stand Up Foundation

This foundation raises awareness of the long-term effects of bullying and to raise funds to support those doing real-world to put an end to it.

The Push Back Project

The Push Back Project is a non-profit organization that travels to various schools to help educate students about bullying and how to prevent it. The organization also holds meetings in Atlanta that allows students to create friendships with other students that can relate and share their similar situations.

404-797-3290 is an informational federal website that provides a wealth of information on bullying, how to address it, preventive tips, and outlets to help.


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