BRRC defends bullied children and helps rebuild lives.
The Bullying Recovery Resource Center (BRRC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the resources, education and advocacy needed to stop bullying and stem the long-term effects that bullying has on its targets.
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.
Join the 2nd Annual Upstander 5K Run/Walk, BRRC benefit!
Save the Date
Saturday, October 7th
Early-bird pricing is now available
4601 W 46th Ave.,
Denver, CO 80212
Sponsors: Ellie Mental Health, Colorado Law Team, Ahlborg Acquisitions, Chris’ Garage Doors, Autism Society of Colorado, Ling’s Designs, Level 32 Studios
Recent Writing From Our Journal
Our Why By Dru Ahlborg, Co-Founder and Executive Director of BRRC School is back in session for darn near everyone in Colorado. It is a time of year that used to hold the promise of new beginnings and the hope of a few moments to catch my breath before the autumn and...
Three Suggestions for Parent By Dru Ahlborg, Co-Founder and Executive Director of BRRC Can you believe it’s almost time to start a new school year? My hope for this time of year is for the necessity of our organization to be less. I hope the magic of summer and...
Slow Your Roll – Minimizing Rumors and Gossip By Dru Ahlborg, Co-Founder and Executive Director of BRRC Gossip and rumors are forms of bullying and fall under the category of relational bullying. Children who have been the target of gossip and rumors will often tell...
Bullying Recovery Resource Center in the News
August 10, 2023 – Episode 9 on Breaking Bullying Podcast — How to Advocate Against the Uncaring School. Listen to an interview with Dru Ahlborg.
April 2, 2023 – Denver ABC Channel 7 named BRRC as the “7 Every Day Hero” for the week. Denver, Colorado.
October 14, 2022 – A Grand Junction family recently filed a civil lawsuit against Mesa County Valley School District 51, alleging that the district failed to protect their child from consistent abuse and bullying in school. Grand Junction Sentinel.
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