The No Bullying Live Empowered (NoBLE) Program is a Beaumont Children's Hospital program providing integrated educational and counseling services to provide support for bullied children and families affected by bullying. We focus on meeting the needs of all youth exposed to bullying, recognizing that victims, witnesses, and bullies are all at risk for lifelong problems. One of our active areas of program development explores innovative ways to partner families, teachers, and healthcare providers to help address bullying and its impact.
Bullying knows no boundaries - it can affect anyone independent of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion and socioeconomic status. Media has only heightened our awareness of how common bullying is and the tragedies that can occur secondarily. What are not often apparent are the lifelong effects exposure to bullying can have on an individual's well- being.
Statistics of Bullied Children
Check out our video gallery for the latest NoBLE videos including our new PSA, focusing on doctors asking and looking for signs of bullying, and clips from the press conference launching NoBLE.
NoBLE is supported in-part by your donations. Your support will help provide counseling and educational support for bullied children and families. Under "Donation Programs" write in NoBLE.
Looking for more information? Check out our list of frequently asked questions.
NoBLE offers a network of clinical services to address the critical needs of children, adolescents, young adults, parents, caregivers and educators who have been exposed to bullying as a bully, victim or bystander/witness.
Contact us at 248-898-9951 to learn
more about how we can help.
Support is also available 24/7 through a bullying hotline, operated by Common Ground, a non-profit crisis intervention agency, toll-free at 855-UR-NOBLE (855-876-6253).
We also offer a one-on-one texting chat, available Monday - Friday from 4 - 10 p.m. Text us at 248-809-5550.
NoBLE and the Oakland Mediation Center have teamed up to create a mediation program for parents and schools to resolve issues related to bullying behavior.