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You are welcome to request any of the following materials, whether you are a parent, grandparent, community member, neighbor, therapist, teacher, student, or you represent an organization.

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Reporting Child Abuse 

A1 - Reporting Child Abuse: It's Everyone's Responsibility

A2 - Reporting Child Abuse: A Guide for Professionals Working with Children & Families

A3 - Child Abuse: How to Report It and Help Stop It

A4 - Reporting Child Abuse

A5 - Child Abuse: It's Everybody's Problem


Preventing Child Abuse 

B1 - You Can Help Prevent Child Abuse

B2 - Preventing Child Abuse


Sexual Development 

C1 - Teaching Healthy Sexuality to Help Prevent Child Abuse

C2 - Understanding Children's Sexual Behaviors


Sexual Abuse

D1 - Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse

D2 - Q & A: Child Sexual Abuse

D3 - We Can Prevent Child Sexual Abuse


Emotional Abuse 

E1 - Stop Using Words That Hurt

E2 - Emotional Abuse: Everything You Say Makes a Difference

E3 - Your Child's Emotional Health

E4 - Preventing Emotional Abuse

E5 - Emotional Neglect: Being Hurt by What Is Not There


Positive Discipline 

F1 - Red, White, and Bruises: Spanking in the U.S.A.

F2 - Positive Discipline: A Guide for Parents

F3 - Firm, Fair, and Loving: Raising Good Kids

F4 - Disciplining Your child: What Parents Need to Know

F5 - Helping Indian Parents Discipline their Children

F6 - Child Discipline: Guidelines for Parents

F7 - Disciplining Your Child

F8 - Q & A: Child Discipline

F9 - Responding to Misbehavior: Tips for Parents

F10 - Parenting a Challenging Child

F11 - Managing Misbehavior


Single Parents / Co-Parenting 

G1 - Succeeding as a Single Parent

G2 - Co-Parenting - Together or Apart

G3 - Keeping Your Children Out of the Crossfire 


General Parenting 

  • H1 - Parenting 101: "Am I ready for this?"
  • H2 - Bonding with you child
  • H3 - Q & A: Parenting
  • H4 - Helping your Kids Behave While Shopping
  • H5 - It's the Little things that Count
  • H6 - 10 Tips for Effective Daily Parenting
  • H7 - What Every Parent Should Know
  • H8 - About Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
  • H9 - Safe at Home
  • H10 - Home Alone: Is Your Child Ready?
  • H11 - Detecting Autism Early: Signs to watch for from birth to age 3
  • H12 - Parening Children with Disabilites
  • H13 - The Benefits of Home Visiting Services

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Family Conflict

  • I1 - Coping with Family Conflict
  • I2 - Handling Family Conflict: tips for families

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Stress Management

  • J1 - Getting a Handle on Stress: tips for parents
  • J2 - Q & A: Managing the Stress of Parenting
  • J3 - Splash Water on Your Face
  • J4 - Unwind Before You're Tied in Knots
  • J5 - 11 Ways for Parents to Manage Stress
  • J6 - Anger Management to Healthy Child Development

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Domestic Violence

  • K1 - How Violence in the Family Affects Children
  • K2 - Children and Family Violence; what to look for, how to help
  • K3 - Children and Family Violence
  • K4 - Family Violence and Drug Abuse: overcoming the connection
  • K5 - How Substance Abuse Affects Parenting Skills
  • K6 - How Alcoholism Affects the Family
  • K7 - How Meth Affects Children and Families

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Information for Fathers 

  • L1 - 12 Ways to be the Best Dad you Can Be
  • L2 - Fatherhood
  • L3 - Becoming a Father
  • L4 - Being There for your Child: for Fathers
  • L5 - Being a Good Father
  • L6 - 3 Things Every Good Dad Should Know


 Traumatic Brain Injury

  • M1 - Preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome: Keeping your Cool when Baby Keeps Crying
  • M2 - Q & A: Shaken Baby Syndrome
  • M3 - Understanding Shaken Baby Syndrome / Abusive Head Trauma
  • M4 - Never Never Never Shake a Baby
  • M5 - Shaken Baby Syndrome: Keeping you Child Safe
  • M6 - Babies Are Fragile: Please Don't Shake a Child 


Children's Information

  • N1 - Be Safe Around People You Do Not Know!
  • N2 - Safe and Unsafe Touching
  • N3 - About Words the Hurt
  • N4 - About Feeling Angry
  • N5 - Who Knew? The Stop the Hurting Issue
  • N6 - Kids Can Help Prevent Violence!
  • N7 - Your Body Belongs to You!
  • N8 - It's Your Body!
  • N9 - We Can Keep Our Bodies Safe!
  • N10 - Keeping my Body Safe!
  • N11 - Know What? Your Body is Yours!
  • N12 - My Body Belongs To Me
  • N12 - Zoe Solves the Conflict
  • N13 - What Every Child Should Know About Sexual Abuse
  • N14 - Help Stop Bullying!
  • N15 - How to Handle Bullying
  • N16 - Physical Abuse is Never OK!

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Community Involvement

  • O1 -Preventing Child Abuse: Keeping Tabs on the Safety of Children in your Community
  • O2 - Communities Can Prevent Child Neglect
  • O3 - Preventing Child Physical Abuse: Help Protect the Children in your Community
  • O4 - Preventing Child Physical Abuse in your Community
  • O5 - Child Sexual Abuse: Keeping Tabs on How Parents and Communites can Prevent It
  • O6 - Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: What Communities can do
  • O7 - Preventing Child Sexual Abuse in our Community
  • O8 - Communities make a difference: Preventing Family Violence
  • O9 - What you can do: When Parents Mistreat their Children in Public
  • O10 - Help the Hurt Go Away
  • O11 - Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • O12 - Understanding Primary Prevention

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Child Development

  • P1 - Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
  • P2 - Newborn Screening: Testing for yours Baby's Health
  • P3 - As Your Child Grows - Birth to 12 Months
  • P4 - As Your Child Grows - 12 to 24 Months
  • P5 - As Your Child Grows - 24 to 36 Months
  • P6 - Child Development: 12 - 24 months
  • P7 - Child Development: 24 - 36 month
  • P8 - Great Beginnings after Baby's Birth: Starting your New Life Together
  • P9 - Great Beginnings with your Baby: Your Baby's First Year
  • P10 - Great Beginnings with your Terrific Toddler
  • P11 - Great Beginnings with your Preschooler: Parenting your 3-5 year old
  • P12 - Great Beginnings with your Child: Social and Emotional Learning for your 3-7 year old
  • P13 - Great Beginnings with your Baby: A Guide for Teen Parents

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  • Q1 - Kids have Rights, Too - Grades 4-6
  • Q2 - What a Teenager Need to Know about Sexual Abuse
  • Q3 - Talking with your Teen or Preteen about Healthy Chioces
  • Q4 - Teens & Self - Injury

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Teen Bullying & Dating

  • R1 - Bullying at School
  • R2 - Bullying - Not Cool in any School
  • R3 - Internet Predators - Stay Safe
  • R4 - You're in Control: Sexual Coercion
  • R5 - Understanding and Preventing Dating Violence: a guide for teens and parents
  • R6 - Healthy Dating: Keeping tabs on your relationship
  • R7 - Dating Violence: facts you should know
  • R8 - Q & A: Dating Violence

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Healthy Relationships

  • S1 - Are your Being Treated Right? Rate your Relationship
  • S2 - Rating your Relationship
  • S3 - Rating your Relationship: A guide to understanding partner abuse
  • S4 - Q & A: Partner Abuse

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Internet Safety

  • T1 - Your Child and Cyberbullying
  • T2 - Q & A: Cyberbullying & Your Child
  • T3 - Staying Safe on the Internet: a guide for parents
  • T4 - Stopping Child Sexual Exploitation
  • T5 - Q & A: Protecting Kids from Online Predators
  • T6 - Social Networking Sites: Keeping tabs on your child's safety online
  • T7 - Online Sexual Predators: How to protect your child
  • T8 - Q & A: Preventing Child Abduction

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What Can We Do?

  • U1 - Staying Safe Online
  • U2 - Bullying
  • U3 - What Parents Should Know About Bullying

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  • V1 - Guide for Recognizing Sexual Behavior Problems in Adolescents
  • V2 - Tips for Parents / Sexual Abuse Steals so much from Children
  • V3 - Guide for Medical Professionals
  • V4 - Guide for Clergy
  • V5 - What you need to know if a child is being abused or neglected

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