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American Guidance Service (AGS)
AGS provides assessment and educational tools designed for mental health professionals, paraprofessionals, teachers and parents to effectively address psychological and behavioral issues affecting children and adolescents. Contact: 4201 Woodland Road, P.O. Box 99, Circle Pines, MN 55014-1796, Ph: (800)471-8457, Fax: (612)786-9077.

At-Risk Resources ( from the Bureau for At-Risk Youth)
At-Risk Resources offers a wide array of innovative products such as books, pamphlets, posters, videos, and computerized, multimedia educational software packages for educators, mental health practitioners, parents, children, and adolescents on various mental health and psychosocial areas of concern. Contact: 135 Dupont Street, P.O. Box 760, Plainview, NY 11803-0760, Ph: (800)999-6884; (800)99YOUTH, Fax: (516)673-4544.

Canter Courses
Canter offers graduate courses that feature the most current research-based theory combined with practical strategies that can be used immediately in the classroom. Canter courses are offered in partnership with respected education institutions, allowing you to benefit from Canter's quality curriculum in a self-paced format, while earning graduate credit from a leading accredited university. Contact: 12975 Coral Tree Place, Los Angeles, CA 90066-7020, Ph: (800)669-9011, Fax: (310)301-7512

Creative Therapy Store (From Western Psychological Services)
Western Psychological Services (WPS) provides assessment tools to professionals in education, psychology, and allied fields. Contact: 12031 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025-1251, Ph: (800)648-8857, Fax: (310)478-7838

Didax Educational Resources
Didax Educational Resources produces educational materials (books, posters, and cd-roms) that offer strategies and activities to help teacher and parents deal with subjects such as bullying, conflict resolution, manners, and challenging behaviors. Contact: 395 Main Street, Rowley MA 01969, Ph: (800)458-0024, Fax: (800)350-2345

ETR Associates
ETR Associates publishes and distributes educational materials (books, brochures, pamphlets, and videos) dealing with various issues related to prevention and management of common psychosocial problems encountered by children and adolescents. Contact: 4 Carbonero Way, Scotts Valley, CA 95066, Ph: (800)321-4407, Fax: (800)435-8433

Free Spirit Publishing
Free Spirit Publishing offers an award-winning selection of books, posters and more for youth workers, teachers, counselors, parents, children and teens. Emphasis is on self-esteem, service-learning, stress management, creativity, and special needs (gifted and talented, learning-disabled). Contact: 217 Fifth Avenue North, Suite 200, Minneapolis, MN 55401-1299, Ph: (800) 735-7323, Fax: (612)337-5050, help4kids@freespirit.com

The Health Connection
Provides resource materials for creating safe and drug-free schools and communities. Contact: 55 West Oak Ridge Drive, Hagerstown, MD 21740, Ph: (800)548-8700, Fax: 301/790-9733, sales@healthconnection.org

Human Relations Media
Human Relations Media is one of the leading K-12 publishers of supplemental educational products in the United States specializing in video-based programs in a variety of subject areas including Health, Drug Education, Career Education, Science, Math and Language Arts. Contact: 41 Kensico Drive, Mount Kisco, NY 10549, Ph: (800) 431-2050 or (914) 244-0486, Fax: (914) 244-0485, Email: service@hrmvideo.com

Innerchoice Publishing
Innerchoice Publishing offers engaging K-12 materials promoting social and emotional learning. You'll find a wide selection of easy-to-use books providing meaningful experiences and lessons for individual, group, and classroom use. Topics cover a wide range of life skills such as: self-control and anger management. character education and empathy, conflict resolution, social skills, and emotional intelligence. Contact: 15079 Oak Chase Court, Wellington, FL 33414, Ph: (877)799-5350, Fax: (561)753-8620, Email: info@InnerchoicePublishing.com

JIST LIFE & Kids Rights
This publishing company produces a comprehensive line of prevention and education materials to help mental health professionals, teachers and parents work with preschoolers, children and adolescents in coping with different emotional and psychological needs and issues. KidsRights' educational materials include books, brochures, pamphlets, videos, and games. Contact: 8902 Otis Ave; Indianapolis, IN 46216; Ph:(800)892-5437 x2108; http://www.jist.com/shop/web

Krames Communications
Krames Communications publishes consumer-oriented information, backed up by latest research findings and clinical practices, on medical and wellness topics.  Krames offers patient education materials for challenging disease management fields such as depression, panic attacks, anxiety, asthma, coping with change, stress management, grief and loss, etc. . Contact: 1100 Grundy Lane, San Bruno, CA 94066-0400, Ph: (800)444-2015; (415)742-0400, Fax: (415)244-4568

MarshMedia School Plan Review
Produces educational materials to support schoolwide reform and high levels of achievement in schools and/or districts. Their multicultural Key Concepts in Personal Development series consists of videos, books, and classroom activities that teach critical personal skills that prepare students to face new challenges and tackle new opportunities. Contact: P.O. Box 8082, Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66208, Ph: 800/821-3303; Fax: 816/333-7421.

Medical Books from Elsevier Health
Elsevier is a leading publisher of health science books and journals, helping to advance medicine by delivering superior education, reference information and decision support tools to doctors, nurses, health practitioners and students. With titles available across a variety of media - print, online and handheld, we are able to supply the information you need in the most convenient format. Contact: 1-800-545-2522; email: BooksCustomerService-usa@elsevier.com.

Morning Glory Press
Publishes educational materials such as texts, workbooks, curriculum guides, videos and games for teen parenting.
Contact: 6595 San Haroldo Way, Buena Park, CA 90620, Ph: (714)828-1998, Fax: (714)828-2049

The National Center for Violence Prevention (from National Innovative Media Company)
Offers a variety of products covering violence prevention, self-esteem, gangs, gun violence, conflict resolution, anger/stress management, coping skills, consequences & more. Contact: P.O. Box 9, Calhoun, KY 42327, Ph:(800) 962-6662; Fax: (270) 273-5844, nimco@nimcoinc.com

Performance Resource Press
Carries one of the best selections of drug prevention materials available. Contact: 1270 Rankin Suite F, Troy. MI 48083, Ph:(800)453-7733; Fax: (800)499-5718

Research Press
Provides books and videos on conflict resolution, violence prevention, prosocial skills, African American youth, anger management, gangs and delinquency, teens pregnancy and more. Contact: P.O. Box 9177, Champaign, IL 61826, Ph: (800)519-2707; Fax: (217)352-1221,

Scriptographic ( from Channing L. Bete Co., Inc.)
Publishes informative booklets on various psychosocial issues commonly encountered by children and teeenagers such as alcohol, child abuse, child neglect, sex education, suicide, contraception, etc.  Contact: 200 State Road, South Deerfield, MA 01373, Ph: (800)477-4776, (413)665-7611, Fax: (800)499-6464

Sidran Foundation
Distributes books that offer help and hope for deeply troubled children and youth. It includes resources for professionals who work with children who defy psychiatric diagnosis. Topics include care for severely abused, dissociative children and teens; psychological testing, psychotherapy, medication, home & school environments, legal & medical issues, & more.
Contact: 200 East Jopa Rd., Suite 207, Towson, MD 21286, Ph: (410)825-8888, Fax: (410)337-0747

Silverlining Press
Silverlining Press produces material for busy parents, teachers, tutors, and counselors. We help children grow to be caring, independent, responsible adults- the most optimistic outcome of all. Optimistic Outcomes: What Every Parent Wants and Every Child Needs is a three-time award-winning book and CD. Winner of Learning Magazineís 2009 Teacherís Choice Award for the Family. Contact: Optimistic Outcomes, LLC; 15000 Wychewood Road; Minnetonka, MN 55345; Ph: 952-223-4525; Fax: 952-486-7840

Sunburst
Sunburst publishes curriculum modules/programs combining videos and print that can be used for both educational and mental health settings.  Main topics include: character education, self-esteem, conflict resolution, health, success skills, drug education, family life, sex education, sex/aids education, and career education. Sunburst also produces educational materials for staff development and in-service training programs for teachers and counselors such as parent involvement, conflict resolution (elementary grades), working with hostile and resistant teens, conflict resolution (grades 5-12), building student success (grades 5-9), and supporting early adolescents (grades 5-9). Contact: 1550 Executive Drive, Elgin, IL 60123, Ph: (800)321-7511; Fax: 1-888-800-3028

Waterfront Books
Waterfront Books serves parents and professionals working with youth and the challenges they face at home, schools and the community. The company locates materials for both adults and children on the following topics: teaching and learning of healthy coping skills, overcoming barriers to learning, support for families and parenting, loss and grieving, illness, drugs and alcohol, safety and sexuality, special needs, and a variety of personal and social issues. Contact: 85 Crescent Road, Burlington, VT 05401, Ph: (800)639-6063, Fax: (802)658-7477

Zephyr Press
This publishing company produces an extensive selection of educational curriculums, training videos, and supplementary classroom materials applying the Multiple Intelligences (MI) theory of learning. Contact: 814 Franklin Street,Chicago, IL 60610, Ph: (800)232-2187; Fax: (312)337-5985

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