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Prevent Child Abuse North Dakota offers the following materials on child abuse, prevention, parenting tips, and other related topics. You can order these materials by phone at 701.223.9052 or 1.800.403.9932 (toll-free in ND) or by e-mailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please be sure to include the publication's reference number and quantity when placing your order. 

Each booklet is offered at $1.50. Orders of less than $50 are available at no cost as supplies are available. (Limit one order per organization per sixth month period.) Orders of more than $50 including postage will be billed to the agency or organization.

 

Complete List of Publications

 

Reporting Child Abuse 

  • A1 - Reporting Child Abuse: It's everyone's responsibility
  • A2 - Reporing 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

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Preventing Child Abuse 

  • B1 - You Can Help Prevent Child Abuse
  • B2 - Preventing Child Abuse: Keeping Tabs
  • B3-  Preventing Child Abuse

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Sexual Development 

  • C1 - Teaching Healthy Sexuality to help Prevent Child Abuse
  • C2 - Understanding Children's Sexual Behaviors

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Sexual Abuse

  • D1 - Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse
  • D2 - We can Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
  • D3 - Q & A: Child Sexual Abuse

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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

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Positive Discipline 

  • F1 - Red, White, and Bruises: Spankin in the U.S.A.
  • F2 - Discipline: Teaching your child self-control
  • F3 - Positive Discipline: A Guide for Parents
  • F4 - Child Discipline: Guidelines for Parents
  • F5 - Good Ways to Raise Good Kids - Firm, but Fair 
  • F6 - Helping Indian Parents Discipline their Children
  • F7 - Disciplining your Child: What Parents Need to Know
  • F8 - Disciplining your Child
  • F9 - Q & A: Child Discipline

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Single Parents / Co-Parenting 

  • G1 - Single Parenting and Discipline - tips for success
  • G3 - Succeeding as a Single Parent
  • G4 - Co-Parenting - Together or Apart
  • G5 - Keeping Your Children out of the Crossfire

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General Parenting 

  • H1 - Parenting 101: "Am I ready for this?"
  • H2 - Q & A: Parenting
  • H3 - Bonding with your child
  • H4 - Helping your Kids Behave While Shopping
  • H5 - It's the Little things that Count
  • H6 - What Every Parent Should Know
  • H7 - About Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
  • H8 - Safe at Home
  • H9 - Home Alone: Is Your Child Ready?
  • H10 - The Prefect Sitter
  • H11 - The Benefits of Home Visiting Services
  • H12 - Parenting Children with Disabilites

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Challenging Behaviors 

  • I1 - Parenting a Challenging Child
  • I2 - Responding to Misbehavior: tips for parents
  • I3 - Managing Misbehavior
  • I4 - Handling Misbehavior: tips for parents

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Family Conflict

  • J1 - Coping with Family Conflict
  • J2 - Handling Family Conflict: tips for families

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STRESS MANAGEMENT

  • K1 - Getting a Handle on Stress: tips for parents
  • K2 - Q & A: Managing the Stress of Parenting
  • K3 - Coping with the Stress of Parenting
  • K4 - Splash Water on Your Face
  • K5 - Unwind Before You're Tied in Knots
  • K6 - Cool Down Before Things Heat Up
  • K7 - 11 Ways for Parents to Manage Stress
  • K8 - Anger Management to Healthy Child Development

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Domestic Violence

  • L1 - How Violence in the Family Affects Children
  • L2 - Family Violence Hurts Children; Help Stop the Hurt
  • L3 - Children and Family Violence; what to look for, how to help
  • L4 - Children and Family Violence
  • L5 - Family Violence and Drug Abuse: overcoming the connection
  • L6 - How Substance Abuse Affects Parenting Skills
  • L7 - How Alcoholism Affects the Family
  • L8 - How Meth Affects Children and Families

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Children's Information

  • M1 - Safe and Unsafe Touching
  • M2 - About Words the Hurt
  • M3 - About Feeling Angry
  • M4 - Who Knew? The Stop the Hurting Issue
  • M5 - Kids Can Help Prevent Violence!
  • M6 - Your Body Belongs to You!
  • M7 - It's Your Body!
  • M8 - We Can Keep Our Bodies Safe!
  • M9 - Keeping my Body Safe!
  • M10 - My Body Belongs to me
  • M11 - Know What? Your Body is Yours!
  • M12 - Zoe Solves the Conflict
  • M13 - Melvin Feels Mad
  • M14 - What Every Child Should Know About Sexual Abuse
  • M15 - Help Stop Bullying!
  • M16 - Physical Abuse is Never OK!
  • M17 - Be Safe Around People You Don't Know!

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Information for Fathers 

  • N1 - Becoming a Father
  • N2 - Being a Good Father
  • N3 - Fatherhood
  • N4 - 3 Things Every Good Dad Should Know

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Traumatic Brain Injury

  • O1 - Preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome: Keeping your Cool when Baby Keeps Crying
  • O2 - Q & A: Shaken Baby Syndrome
  • O3 - Understanding Shaken Baby Syndrome / Adusive Head Trauma
  • O4 - Never Never Never Shake a Baby
  • O5 - Babies are Fragile. Please Don't Shake a Child

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Community Involvement

  • P1 - Communities Can Prevent Child Neglect
  • P2 - Preventing Child Neglect in your Communities
  • P3 - Preventing Child Physical Abuse: Help Protect the Children in your Community
  • P4 - Preventing Child Physical Abuse in your Community
  • P5 - Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: What Communities can do
  • P6 - Preventing Child Sexual Abuse in our Community
  • P7 - Communities make a difference: Preventing Family Violence
  • P8 - What you can do: When Parents Mistreat their Children in Public
  • P9 - Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • P10 - Understanding Primary Prevention

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Child Development

  • Q1 - Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
  • Q2 - As Your Child Grows - Birth to 12 Months
  • Q3 - As Your Child Grows - 12 to 24 Months
  • Q4 - As Your Child Grows - 24 to 36 Months
  • Q5 - Great Beginnings with your Baby: Your Baby's First Year
  • Q6 - Great Beginnings with your Terrific Toddler
  • Q7 - Great Beginnings with your Preschooler: Parenting your 3-5 year old
  • Q8 - Great Beginnings with your Child: Social and Emotional Learning for your 3-7 year old
  • Q9 - Great Beginnings with your Baby: A Guide for Teen Parents

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Adolescence

  • R1 - Kids have Rights, Too - Grades 4-6
  • R2 - What a Teenager Need to Know about Sexual Abuse
  • R3 - Talking with your Teen or Preteen about Healthy Chioces
  • R4 - Teens & Self - Injury

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Teen Bullying & Dating

  • S1 - Bullying at School
  • S2 - Bullying - Not Cool in any School
  • S3 - Internet Predators - Stay Safe
  • S4 - You're in Control: Sexual Coercion
  • S5 - Understanding and Preventing Dating Violence: a guide for teens and parents
  • S6 - Healthy Dating: Keeping tabs on your relationship
  • S7 - Dating Violence: facts you should know
  • S8 - Q & A: Dating Violence

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Healthy Relationships

  • T1 - Are your Being Treated Right? Rate your Relationship
  • T2 - Rating your Relationship
  • T3 - Rating your Relationship: A guide to understanding partner abuse
  • T4 - Q & A: Partner Abuse

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Internet Safety

  • U1 - Your Child and Cyberbullying
  • U2 - Q & A: Cyberbullying & Your Child
  • U3 - Staying Safe on the Internet: a guide for parents
  • U4 - Stopping Child Sexual Exploitation
  • U5 - Q & A: Protecting Kids from Online Predators
  • U6 - Social Networking Sites: Keeping tabs on your child's safety online
  • U7 - Online Sexual Predators: How to protect your child
  • U8 - Q & A: Preventing Child Abduction

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What Can We Do?

  • V1 - Staying Safe Online
  • V2 - Bullying

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Miscellaneous

  • W1 - Guide for Recognizing Sexual Behavior Problems in Adolescents
  • W2 - Tips for Parents / Sexual Abuse Steals so much from Children
  • W3 - Guide for Medical Professionals
  • W4 - Guide for Clergy
  • W5 - What you need to know if a child is being abused or neglected

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