VICTIMS HELP DIRECTORY
Are you being bullied or looking for resources to help with bulling issues?
Below we have included an extensive list including hotlines, professionals, education and more. Cant find what your looking for? Contact GAB for assistance. We are here to help.
One thing is crystal-clear about bullying, you and other victims are not the problem. If you need to talk to someone, these resources provide help and support from people who understand
The following resources provide helpful information on cyber-bullying and electronic aggression
BULLYING YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES AND SPECIAL HEALTH NEEDS
Children with disabilities—such as physical, developmental, intellectual, emotional, and sensory disabilities—are at an increased risk of being bullied. Any number of factors— physical vulnerability, social skill challenges, or intolerant environments—may increase the risk. Here are some educational tools provided by StopBullying.gov
in some cases, bullying overlaps with discriminatory harassment when it is based on race, national origin, color, sex, age, disability, or religion. Learn More: Federal Civil Rights Laws and Youth with Disabilities
Education for kids and teachers about students’ special health needs and the dangers associated with certain actions and exposures that can help keep kids safe. Learn More at Creating a Safe Environment for Youth with Special Health Needs
The word bullying usually conjures images of mean-spirited adolescents cornering another child in the school corridor, but bullying is not limited to children. It can be a concern for seniors as well, especially those living in senior communities. Learn More at: retirement-living.com
The process of understanding and expressing one’s sexual orientation and gender identity is unique to each individual. It is not a one-time event and personal, cultural, and social factors may influence how one expresses their sexual orientation and gender identity. learn More at: Youth.gov
In addition to family, counselors and school officials, there are many helpful resources for you to get information on, and report, school violence. Here are some trusted resources
The award-winning Teen Health & Wellness provides middle and high school students with up-to-date, nonjudgmental, straightforward curricular, and self-help support. Articles are correlated to state, national, and provincial standards, including Common Core Health and Science. Topics covered include diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying, LGBTQ issues. Learn More at teenhealthandwellness.com
STRESS AND ANXIETY
HOPE FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
Dr. Sheila Gissibl founded Hope for a Better Tomorrow with a vision and mission to bring Holistic Health to Patient care. In previous treatment settings she found herself frustrated at the lack of collaboration and microscope approach to healthcare. Therefore, she set out to treat people Holistically (whole person), incorporating any practices that may help her clients achieve health and wellness, emotionally and physically. Give it a try and feel the Holistic difference!
AMERICAN BEHAVIORAL CLINICS, S.C.
American Behavioral Clinics, S.C. (ABC) has established a reputation of providing caring and compassionate psychiatric and behavioral health services with a commitment to quality care. With years of experience, our clinical and specialized services provide individuals the opportunity to receive a full continuum of psychiatric and behavioral health care.
Kenosha County Division of Health
Debbie Rueber, B.S. CHES
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