Report Cyberbullying And Get The Help You Need
Quick Help For Kids
If you suffer from bullying, the most effective method to prevent and overcome bullying is to bring it up and report it. Reporting also shows bullies that their behaviour is not accepted nor tolerated.
Our website is not a substitute for professional assistance, and we do not offer crisis support or counselling service. However, if you do not have a trusted adult to turn to or wish to report cyberbullying, we recommend looking through the resources/services listed below, depending on your location.
Support By Country
- Australian eSafety Commissioner
- After you've collected evidence and reported it to the social media service where the bullying occurred, you can make a cyberbullying complaint to the Australian eSafety Commissioner. eSafety operates under laws that give them the power to help children experiencing severe cyberbullying.
- Kids Helpline
- Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact Kidshelpline if you are going through hardship and need support.
- Lifeline offers crisis support and suicide prevention services. You may reach out to them by phone, chat, or text at any time of the day or night.
- Here you will find more valuable resources or services for immediate support.
- Contact NeedHelpNow.ca if you're looking for help with cyberbullying and dealing with your peers, help with removing a sexual picture/video from the internet, or need tips for helping a friend you're worried about.
- Need help with tackling digital abuse and bullying online? Cybersmile is an anti-cyberbullying non-profit organisation with trained support advisors helping you to navigate your problems of abuse or harassment online.
- Kids Help Phone
- Kids Help Phone offer e-mental health services 24/7 for kids, teens and young adults from coast to coast.
- Receive free and confidential advice and support related to online safety topics, including bullying, grooming, illegal content and scams. Seven days a week.
- Lifeline Aotearoa
- Lifeline Aotearoa offers free community helplines (Lifeline 24/7 and Suicide Crisis Helpline). You can also contact them by text message.
- Get confidential help and advice on all aspects of bullying by phone, chat or email.
- Counselling service for children and young people. You can contact ChildLine by phone, email, chat or text message.
- A community dedicated to offering support to people experiencing online harassment. Individuals can share their stories and receive support on the platform.
- Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI)
- CCRI helps thousands of victims to fight online abuse. Visit CCRI Safety Center for guidance if you are a victim of image-based sexual abuse.
- Teen Line
- Get support, resources and hope through Teen Line's professionally trained teen counsellors. Contact the organisation by phone, text or email.
- Your Life Your Voice
- Going through a rough time and want someone to talk to? You can call, text or email Your Life Your Voice if you require help.
- TOUCH Cyber Wellness (TCW)
- Through the TOUCH Youth Intervention community, you can reach out to counsellors via email or call their hotline.
- Tinkle Friend Helpline
- A national toll-free helpline and chatline for all primary-school-aged children in Singapore, especially when their parents or main caregivers are unavailable.
- Fei Yue's Online Counselling Service (eC2)
- Talk to a trained eC2 counsellor about the issues you're facing. Find other helpful resources too depending on what you're going through.