Cyberbullying Project

Cyberbullying Trauma-Informed Intervention is a five-year project funded by Public Safety Canada, under the Crime Prevention Action Fund (CPAF). Approximately 30% of young people disclose experiencing cyberbullying, and its impacts can be significant and long-lasting.

This project will work to reduce incidents of cyberbullying impacting youth on Prince Edward Island.

Working with a youth advisory council, we are developing two resources:

  • A workshop for youth about cyberbullying prevention, including healthy relationships, rights and consent, and what to do if you’re being cyberbullied.
  • A workshop for caregivers, educators, coaches, and other youth-serving adults, about how to have effective conversations with youth about cyberbullying, and how to best support disclosures of cyberbullying.



If you have experienced cyberbullying and are looking for support, contact our inquiry line: 

For more information about the project, contact: