Being a Victim of Bullying can lead to:

  • Internalizing Problems
  • Anxiety
  • Withdrawn Behaviors
  • Becoming a Victim of Sexual Harassment
  • Aggression
  • Peer reputation as someone who can be victimized
  • School Problems (i.e., truant, poor concentration, and school dropout)

Family Resource Center South Atlantic Teens Against Bullying is a teen led program with three levels that focus on meeting the needs of all youth victimized by bullying. Our program recognizes youth who are targets of bullying as well as witnesses traumatized by bullying as victims.

About Our Program

Teen Peer Leaders participate in program development, management, and civic engagement.
Youth Council members participate in various activities to promote a network of support. Our mission is to empower and support victims of bullying. This program is funded by the Governors Crime Commission of NC.

All participants are provided with:

  • Referrals to therapeutic resources to address possible trauma related to being victimized.
  • Information as to their rights and the resources available to them in North Carolina.
  • Guidance on how to address victimization within the school system.
  • An opportunity to participate in supportive activities.

Who Do We Serve

Our service is free and opened to all youth victims of bullying residing in Wake County between the ages of 6 to 17 years of age.

Teen Peer Leaders must be between 14 to 17 years of age.

Youth Council members must be between 12 to 17 years of age.

If you or someone you know has been victimized by bullying, please contact us at 919-834-9300 x 104 or email us at tab@frcsa.org


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