Don't Bully Me Inc. changes the narrative by running programs that focus on film production, music production, and athletics. Our self-confidence and self-esteem programs play a big role in our anti-bullying work.
With the THC levels in cannabis rising from 3% in the early 1990s to 15-30% today, teenagers face an increased risk of addiction, depression, psychosis, and suicidal ideation. These are some of the reasons why we at Don't Bully Me Inc. have chosen to create T.C.A.P: Teenage Cannabis Addiction Prevention. T.C.A.P is dedicated to educating teenagers on the dangers of cannabis use.
If you are an educator, counselor, parent, or guardian who has an adolescent child at risk, please give us a call.
Our programs for younger kids encourage students to perform bullying situations. Allowing students to formalize and construct actual bullying scripts not only helps them illuminate the negative impact of bullying, but also helps improve English proficiency, vocabulary, grammar, and writing techniques. These anti-bullying skits usually last 1-2 hours.
Don't Bully Me Inc. provides an after school program that provides children tutoring. Through a mathematic academy, children learn mathematic skills and complete homework with the help of a tutor.
Sports are a great way to learn conflict resolution skills and build self-confidence in children of any age. Don't Bully Me Inc. is working with former world heavy-weight champion Shannon Briggs, Brownsville native, to create the first ever Brownsville boxing academy. We organize youth basketball, football, and baseball leagues and tournaments for boys and girls aged 8-12.