PreventBullyingTulsa.org is a resource website provided by the Anti-Bullying Collaboration (ABC), a program of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa. The ABC is comprised of 30 cross-sector partners including education, mental-health, advocacy, parent groups, and more. Our mission is to promote a safe, civil, and respectful community by preventing bullying among children, youth, and adults.

In The News

Updates on our efforts and bullying stories in the news.

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  • #BullyingIsNotOK

    The BullyingIsNotOK hashtag was created by Anti-Bullying Collaboration partners in 2017. Our hope is to align bullying prevention efforts across the state of Oklahoma utilizing the #BullyingIsNotOK Please help spread the word #BullyingIsNotOK!   Special Thanks to Neile Jones and Tulsa’s Channel 8 – KTUL for Our Recent Interview!  #BullyingIsNotOK  What is bullying? What are […]

  • Irate Parents Cause Broken Arrow Soccer Ref To Take Action

    NewsOn6.com – Tulsa, OK – News, Weather, Video and Sports – KOTV.com | Steve Hahn, Anti-Bullying Collaboration Director, providing guidance for adult behavior during youth sporting events. Check it out!

  • Fall 2017 No Cost to Low Cost Bullying Prevention Guide for Schools

    Preventing bullying and the mistreatment of others should be woven into the fabric of every organization working with children, youth and adults. We are all in the “people business.” Our treatment of others matters from the playground, to the break room, to the board room and beyond. One practical step we can take toward creating […]

Partners

A New Leaf,  Broken Arrow Public Schools, Communities In Schools of Mid-America, Community Service Council, Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma, CREOKS Behavioral Health Services, Family & Children’s Services,  Indian Health Care Resource Center,  Jenks Public Schools,  Mental Health Association of Oklahoma, Meridian Resources, MUSED., Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice, Oklahoma PTA, Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahomans for Equality,  TARC, The Opportunity Project, The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, Tulsa Council of PTAs, Tulsa Health Department, Tulsa Public Schools, Union Public Schools, YMCA, Youth Services of Tulsa