Anti-Bullying Awareness and Support Nearly one in four students say they have been bullied at school. We can help.

We are collaborating to prevent bullying.

Bullying is an unwanted and repeated action by someone that has more power or perceived power than the other person. 

Our Anti-BIAS (Anti-Bullying, Intervention and Advocacy Supports) services provide assessment and therapeutic support for youth who are bullied in 7th-12th grade in the Santee School DistrictCajon Valley Union School DistrictGrossmont Union High School District and Helix High School.

Get Help Now

To get help now for yourself or a loved one, contact the San Diego Access and Crisis Line ⁠— confidential and available 24/7 in all languages.

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Can’t call? Chat services are available through the San Diego Access and Crisis Line.

Monday-Friday, 4pm – 10pm.

Anti-BIAS Program

Our Anti-BIAS (Anti-Bullying, Intervention and Advocacy Supports) services provide assessment and therapeutic support for youth who are bullied in 7th-12th grade in the Santee School DistrictCajon Valley Union School DistrictGrossmont Union High School District and Helix High School.

 

 

HERE Now Program

Our suicide prevention and intervention services also include important discussion of bullying. This school-based program is aimed to help educate, prevent and heal.

The program, Helping, Engaging, Reconnecting and Educating (HERE) Now, focuses on increasing awareness, promoting conversations and inspiring connections to prevent suicide—one community, one school, one life at a time.

Due to their mistreatment, LGBTQ+ youth are
times as likely to attempt suicide.

In collaboration with North County Lifeline and South Bay Community Services, HERE Now is now active in 62 schools in 22 school districts in San Diego County, creating a safer place to learn with suicide and bullying prevention education for 7th to 12th graders.