Vision Statement: All Colorado families experiencing bullying are empowered through education and advocacy to defend their children where the bullying occurs. We are committed to building a community of support to help families rebuild and recover together.
It is the responsibility of adults to STOP bullying. BRRC helps parents advocate in schools to get the adults to STOP the bullying.
BRRC believes that bullied children can RECOVER and help other bullied children to RECOVER.
We ASSIST efforts in anti-bullying and bullying prevention. BRRC will assist and work with anti-bullying charities to promote understanding.
Victims of Bullying Can RecoverBullied Children:
Should not feel ashamed as they have done nothing wrong.
Did nothing to deserve what happened to them.
Need to see the good in the world and put their bullying experience in the past.
Can use their experience to help other bullied children walk through the effects of bullying to recovery.
Bullying Legislation in Colorado 2021 By Dru Ahlborg, BRRC As our nation and our state begin cautiously to emerge from the pandemic, we are starting to congregate and socialize and children are heading back to in-person learning on a permanent basis. While most kids (and their families) are delighted at this development, many, unfortunately, are not. Bullying, always a problem in our society, changed its shape during the lockdown as in-person bullying took a hiatus and cyberbullying saw a significant uptick. Now in-person bullying is expected to come roaring back as schools once again open their doors and children come flooding in after a...
In The News
Most experts will agree that bullying that occurs in schools is at an epidemic level. According to www.stopbullying.gov, between 1 in 4 and 1 in 3 U.S. students say...
October 1, 2019 – Douglas County School Board heard allegations that girls in four athletic programs were bullied by their coaches. BRRC is quoted on Fox31.
August 16, 2019 – BRRC was featured on the morning 9News segments. We were excited and honored to be spotlighted as they delved into returning back to school and bullying.
BRRC is the Summer 2021 Beneficiary Colorado 1000
Colorado 1000 is building a network of business professionals whose combined support gives 100% of donations to local Colorado charities in need. We support our community by creating exciting and informational events and present many opportunities throughout the year, upholding the Givers-Get mentality.