Healthy Schools BC Programs & Supports


Ministry of Education

Expect Respect and a Safe Education (ERASE)

The ERASE strategy is a comprehensive and multi-pronged approach to promote positive mental health and wellness and prevent bullying and violent behaviours in schools. The strategy includes a coordinated approach involving schools, families and community partners.

The strategy also includes the ERASE web site, a portal that provides parents and students with helpful tips and advice on how to address bullying. The site also includes a confidential online reporting tool for youth to report bullying (available in both English and French).

Web Site:
Target Audiences:
All Ages
Education Staff
Health Authority Staff
Province Wide

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