Bullying Resources

Austin Child Guidance Center   


(512) 451-2242

Parenting Workshops: “Bullying – How to Identify It and Make It Stop” (available in English & Spanish)


Austin Independent School District


Respect for All Initiative: Website provides important information about the AISD policies that address bullying, harassment and violence, school-based anti-bullying initiatives and resources for parents, students and educators. https://www.austinisd.org/respectforall

Reporting: The policy of Austin ISD is that all students be free from bullying and sexual harassment, including violence in students’ relationships.  All charges of bullying, sexual harassment, and dating violence are to be taken seriously by students, faculty, staff and administration members and parents. Link to a Complaint Form here.


SAFE Alliance – Stop Abuse For Everyone


(512) 267-7233  24-hour SAFEline

SAFE’s Expect Respect Program provides school based support groups and counseling at the schools listed below. For more information or to make a referral please contact expectrespect@safeaustin.org

Austin ISD

  • Elementary schools: Allison, Cook
  • Middle Schools: Bedichek, Burnet, Covington, Martin, Murchison, Paredes, Sadler-Means, Small, Webb
  • High Schools: Akins, Anderson, Austin, Bowie, Crockett, Eastside, Garza, International, Lanier, LBJ, McCallum, Reagan, Travis

Manor ISD

  • Middle schools: Decker, Manor
  • High schools: Manor, Manor New Tech

Charter Schools

  • Elementary school: East Austin College Prep
  • High schools: East Austin College Prep
  • SAFE School

Expect Respect also provides the Changing Lives Youth Theater Ensemble in collaboration with Creative Action. Performances are available by request for middle-school audiences. High school students create these original productions that encourage teens to take a stand against bullying, discrimination, violence and abuse in their schools and communities. Book now to schedule for the Spring semester. ChangingLivesYouth.wordpress.com

Travis County Sheriff


(512) 854-8492

Victim’s Services Unit: Provides resources and information for parents who believe their child is being bullied. https://www.tcsheriff.org/images/victim-services/docs/Bullying_080717.pdf

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