The Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at the Windber Research Institute and the Highmark Foundation recently published, “The Cost Benefit of Bullying Prevention: A First Time Analysis of Savings“. This report demonstrates the cost benefit of school-based bullying prevention from three perspectives, the perspectives of health care organizations, schools, and society as a whole. Bullying is a pervasive behavior that may have a negative impact on children, sometimes, even into adulthood. Nonetheless, through the implementation of an evidence-based, bullying prevention program, we have demonstrated the ability to allay academic, social, and health adversities related to bullying. While reading “The Cost Benefit of Bullying Prevention: A First Time Analysis of Savings“, please keep in mind that the purpose of this report is to shed light on the benefit of implementing bullying prevention.