Violence Protection Bullying


The Family Violence Prevention Project strives to prevent youth relationship violence through a school-based initiative in which a school receives training on bullying prevention, creative conflict resolution, teen dating violence prevention, and psychological/social educational groups that are targeted directly for kids at risk for unhealthy behavior. The goal of the Family Violence Prevention Project is to empower schools to shift from a cultural norm that accepts bullying and teen dating violence to a norm that promotes healthy and peaceful relationships.

Find us on FACEBOOK at TRUE FRIEND Cincinnati.

Check out local students' poems on bullying prevention and photos of student-led Forum Theater that addresses bullying and teen dating violence prevention.



  • Every 7 minutes, a kid is bullied.
  • 87% of LGBT students were verbally harassed in 2007.
  • Younger girls (ages 11-15) report the most severe violence.




What other kids are saying about bullying.
PARENTS: Click here to find out what you can do to prevent bullying.
Online Safety


Read these resources to empower your school to increase learning by decreasing violence:

"2007 School Climate Survey" GLSEN 2007
Stories Project, illustrating school experiences through multimedia. View Stories Project: NOW on YouTube

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Red & Green Flag Tools



Want to make a change locally but you just aren't sure where or how to begin?

Click here to contact the FVPP Director to discuss action steps you as an individual, family, community, organization or policymaker can take to prevent family violence.



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