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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  • Project Safe Schools: The new age of cyberbullying

    Many thanks to Chris DiMaria KJRH and KJRH for continuing to focus on important issues impacting the lives of youth and families in our community. We should all commit to using technology and digital space in ways that preserve the dignity and well-being of others. #BullyingIsNotOK

  • SB 739 to Change Definition of Bullying in Oklahoma

    Steve Hahn, Anti-Bullying Collaboration Director at The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, spoke with KJRH 2 Works for You, Reporter Chris DiMaria, on February 26th explaining how SB 739 may change the definition of bullying in Oklahoma.

  • October is Bullying Prevention Month!

    Is your school or organization looking for Bullying Prevention Month resources? The Anti-Bullying Collaboration has developed a Bullying Prevention Month Tool-Kit complete with month long discussion starters, a school-wide campaign concept called “Mellow-Yellow,” a Tulsa metro programs and services resource guide, Safe School Committee function guide, information on the upcoming Protecting Our Future seminar, and […]


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