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Someone to talk to now—for children and young people

If you are being bullied or know of someone else who is being bullied, you should tell someone about it. Tell a parent or a teacher or someone you know who will listen to you and help you stop the bullying.

If you can't find someone to listen and you want to talk to someone now, go to Kids Helpline or call them on 1800 55 1800. It's a free call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

eheadspace also offers online chat or email support services for young people and their families. If you prefer, you can phone them on 1800 650 890. It's a free call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Someone to talk to now—for parents and caregivers

If you have specific concerns about your child at school, you are encouraged to contact the principal of your school. If you want to speak to someone else about your child, you can contact the parent line.

There is also information to help you on this website or on the Bullying. No Way! website.

© Bullying. No Way! (www.bullyingnoway.gov.au 2014, Queensland Department of Education / Australian Education Authorities)

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Last updated 17 October 2019