BATH, Pa. -

A Lehigh Valley youth football league will hear experts speak on the issue of bullying.

The Bath Football and Cheerleading organization has had two of its former members commit suicide and one attempt to commit suicide in recent months, according to the group Teach Anti Bullying.

Officials with the football organization asked Teach Anti Bullying to speak to players, coaches and parents about the issue, according to the press release.

Teach Anti Bullying is a national non-profit organization that helps families and children, who are the victims of bullying and school violence-related issues.  The group says its goal is to encourage the community to come together in an effort to stop bullying and school violence.

Next week, Dr. Claudio Cerullo and his team of experts will talk with the football organization about the impact of bullying its aftermath.