We are taking the lead in the move to stop bullying. From anonymous reporting to victim support, we offer compassion to students who are dealing with bullying. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people resulting in about 4400 deaths per year. Bullied victims are between 2-9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims according to the study at Yale University. Bully-related suicide can be connected to any type of bullying including physical bullying, emotional bullying, cyberbullying, texting, nude photos, or messages about a person. (Look for the signs) Warning signs of suicide: showing signs of depression, like on-going sadness, withdraws from others, talking about or showing interest in death or dying, or making suggestive posts or emails or social media.
Report a Bullying Incident
Be an anonymous hero. If you have seen bullying happening, report it before it's too late.
Students of all ages can either call us or use the website to report bullying by emailing the information about the incident, including names, schools, etc. We collect this information anonymously and then contact the specific school to alert them to the bullying event and the student that is causing the problem. In addition to providing a safe way to report bullying, we offer a network of counselors for support.
Tanya's Angels is designed particularly for women who are involved with domestic violence/toxic relationships. It is named after our founder sister Tanya Johnson, who was murdered in a domestic violence relationship if you are in one or know of anyone in a domestic relationship that you feel might need help you can leave an anonymous text tip email or call the toll free number it could possibly save a life.
Our support groups give students a forum to express their pain and a means through which they can resolve issues related to being bullied. Victims find support and peace by talking with others who have been through similar events. We use the information students provide in our work to prevent bullying and senseless violence.
Our organization also holds seminars on bullying prevention at schools. These seminars are designed to raise awareness and to teach administrators, teachers, and students about the damage caused by bullying and how to stop it.
Unfortunately, some cases of bullying result in the ultimate loss. We provide grief support to students and families who have lost a loved one.