Bullying is psychological violence. People who are bullied liken the experience to “a nightmare.?Targets often feel like they have been “beaten, abused, broken, scarred, and eviscerated.?/i>

(LiveScience Writer Jeanna Bryner, 31 October 2006)



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Voters for Ethical and Profitable Employment Standards (VEPES) is a citizen lobby group advocating for legislative change to assist both employees and employers in their drive to create a workplace environment that is productive, profitable, as well as ethical.

If you would like more information about this program, contact Angela at endbullyingnow@gmail.com.



Peace Ethic in Action Creates Equity (PEACe) is a group promoting a ‘pay it forward?way of living based on the development of a personal peace ethic that positively impacts the greater society.

If you would like more information about this program, contact Angela at endbullyingnow@gmail.com.



End Bullying Now (formerly BullyBusters) is a support group for adults who have experienced/are experiencing bullying. It is not group counselling but rather provides support while learning how bullying impacts adults.
BARRIE: 7:00-8:00pm, the first Monday of the month, in meeting room 1 at St. Mary's Church (65 Amelia Street, Barrie).


B.E.A.T. BULLYING is a free program for youth that provides a supportive environment and helps participants learn why bullying occurs and what they can do about it. B.E.A.T. is presently offered in Midland and Barrie. This program is open to participants between the ages of 14-18 on a first registered ?first served basis.
BARRIE: 6:00-7:00pm, the first Monday of the month, in meeting room 1 at St. Mary's Church (65 Amelia Street, Barrie).
MIDLAND: TBA, at the FACE Building (318 Midland Ave). Please call 705-549-0010 for more information. Start up will be Fall of 2010.


For information on any of our programs, or to register, call 705-549-0010 or email endbullyingnow@gmail.com.