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Compendium of Sexual Violence And Harassment Educational Prevention Resources for Youth

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Prevention Models
  • Sexual Violence and Harassment Prevention Programs
  • Serving Colorado
  • Model Programs
  • Prevention Programs:

    Introduction

    According to Rape in America, a 1992 report by the National Victim Center, 1.3 adult women are raped every minute in the United States. The same study found that one in eight adult women were victims of forcible rape at sometime in their lives. Even though sexual abuse and sexual assault can happen to anyone, anytime, the reality of sexual violence is that the majority of victims are children, teens and young adults.

    The Rape in America study describes rape as a "tragedy of youth." This 1992 study found that 29% of rape victims are under 11 years old, 32% are between 11 and 17 years old, and 22% are between 18 and 24 years old. Additionally Diana Russell, in her landmark 1983 survey, found that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused (this includes rape, molestation and other sex crimes against children) before the age of 18.

    Likewise sexual harassment is an everyday occurrence for school-age children. The American Association of University Womenís 1993 study, entitled Hostile Hallways, found four out of five students experienced some form of sexual harassment. Far from being harmless, the study found that sexual harassment has serious deleterious effects on studentsí emotional and physical health and on their ability to learn.

    Sexual assault and abuse prevention programs are not new, but have certainly evolved over the last thirty years. Early sexual assault prevention for children focused on "stranger danger." While important skills, these programs often neglected to talk about the reality of child sexual abuse. Someone known to the child overwhelmingly perpetrates sexual abuse. Children were taught how to identify a stranger, to run away, to be smarter than the "strangerís tricks." Adults could be comfortable with programs like these that included virtually no mention of sexual body parts. Likewise, adults did not have to attempt to explain the extremely tricky issues of abuse by people known and trusted by the child.


    Prevention efforts with adolescent and young adults historically focused on curtailing potential victimís behaviors. Generations of mothers and well-meaning police officers gave "safety talks," instructing mostly girls and young women about the dangers of appearing too sexual, the dangers of trusting too easily, and the dangers of making some fatal mistake in judgment. The combination of sexual modesty and vigilance were thought to provide safety.

    One problem with this understanding of sexual violence prevention is that it may result in victim blaming and it fails to place responsibility on the offender. Placing the onus on young women for their own protection from acquaintances and intimates, while expecting them to be able to develop as social beings, is a double-bind. Further, it diverts attention from where it belongs: the fact that those who choose to hurt others are responsible for that behavior. And it reinforces the oldest myth in the world: that males cannot be expected to control their sexual drive.

    In the middle 80s and into the 90s, the understanding of sexual assault as a crime, primarily between acquaintances, was growing. Prevention programs for children began to talk about "okay" and "not okay" touching and the importance of not keeping secrets about abusive touch. Specific body parts were named. Role-plays and stories began using more realistic situations involving dangerous and complicated situations with acquaintances and relatives.

    The term "date rape" moved into the vernacular. Programs aimed at college and high school age youth began to speak to males as much as to females (to potential perpetrators as much as to potential victims) about rape mythology, rape-supportive beliefs and gender socialization.

    Sexual harassment as an issue for both younger and older children has only recently been a focus of prevention programs. This is, at least in part, the result of a national focus on sexual harassment in schools, particularly sexual harassment between students. Organizations like the National Education Association and the U.S. Department of Education now see the development of effective policies and prevention strategies as a high priority for all school districts. School districts are now being routinely sued for failing to take reasonable precautions to prevent schools from becoming environments that are sexually hostile to both boys and girls.

    There are many considerations when choosing prevention programming for youth. It is suggested that any individual, school district or agency seeking to provide sexual abuse/assault prevention programming consider the following:

    Get some consultation or training first. Without a clear understanding of the issue of sexual assault and abuse, teachers or others have no basis upon which to choose a program. Also, any program is only as effective as the people presenting it. If presenters harbor misconceptions, biases, or have "personal agendas," those will be passed on to students.

    Articulate a clear philosophy, resulting goals and objectives, and means for evaluation. What do you want students to learn? Why? How will you know whether or not they learned it? Consider issues of "risk reduction" vs. "social change" models of prevention (see the following page: Prevention Models).

    Be certain the "powers that be" agree with the philosophy, goals, objectives, and means for evaluation. Administrators, parents, teachers, and staff should all be involved in prevention programming. Additionally, when possible, social services, mental health, and law enforcement should be informed that a sexual assault/abuse prevention program is being presented to students. This is especially important in smaller communities. Consider a multi-disciplinary approach when feasible.

    Accessibility. There are cultural differences that affect how one presents these topics. Who are you speaking to? Will ALL the students be able to get your message? Will they see themselves and their culture represented?

    Prepare for disclosures and kids in crisis. These are difficult topics. Students may have been abused and assaulted. Prevention programming "opens cans of worms." A protocol should be in place to help students who disclose sexual assault or abuse, and to provide continuing support. Ignoring this crucial step would be unethical.

     

    Prevention Models

    One way to view sexual prevention education programs is to examine differences in underlying philosophies. Using this perspective, programs may be separated by approaches to prevention that focus efforts in at least three directions. The first group implicitly addresses sexual violence through general positive life skills building programs. Next are programs that explicitly address sexual abuse and assault. These may be separated into two groups: risk reduction models, and social change models. In truth, many programs use elements from all three different approaches.

    Positive Life Skills Education

    The underlying philosophy of these programs is that kids who feel better about themselves and can make positive connections in the community and school are less likely to be victimized or to victimize others in any way including sexual victimization. These programs may focus on topics such as: self-esteem, conflict resolution, assertiveness training and anger management. Specifics of positive life skills-building programs are not listed here because they do not explicitly speak to sexual assault/abuse prevention, but their potential as effective prevention programs should not be underestimated.

    Risk Reduction

    The approach of these programs is based on the premise that sexual assault and abuse are caused by the criminal behavior of a few individuals. These individuals have pathological problems.

    Therefore, raising the awareness about incidence, prevalence, and circumstances of sexual assault and abuse, and enhancing self-protection skills of potential victims best prevents sexual assault and abuse.

    A potential problem in solely using a risk reduction model is that is squarely puts responsibility for protection on victims, which may inadvertently reinforce victim blaming.

    Children may learn:

    • to define a stranger
    • stranger safety skills: run & tell
    • that touching "private parts" is not okay in many circumstances
    • people they know may also try to touch them in inappropriate ways
    • that they should tell if someone does, or tries to, touch them inappropriately
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    • to list adults they should tell if they need help with a problem with touching
    • a list of safety dos and doníts

    Adolescent students may learn:

    • that anyone can be a victim of sexual assault, that teens are vulnerable
    • that most sexual assaults are committed by acquaintances, especially dates
    • that sex without consent is sexual assault
    • that teens have the right to say no to unwanted sexual contact
    • that date rapes often involve the use of alcohol by victims
    • to practice assertiveness in potentially dangerous situations (saying no like you mean it)
    • home, street, and dating safety tips
    • self-protection options like yelling, running and physical resistance

     

    Social Change

    These programs center on the premise that violence and abuse are the result of abuse of power. Power difference is tied to privilege awarded on the basis of age, gender, race, class, etc. Sexual assault and abuse are, essentially, violence against two classes of people: children and women. Abuse of power is socially reinforced through gender socialization and objectification.

    A social change model focuses on students as potential victims, potential perpetrators, and as citizen activists with power to influence the acceptability of sexual violence.

    Children may learn:

    • to recognize different types of victimization: bullying, child abuse, sexual abuse
    • facts about child sexual abuse:
      • touching "private parts" is not okay in many circumstances
      • people they know may also try to touch them in inappropriate ways
      • they should tell if someone does, or tries to, touch them inappropriately
      • to list adults they should tell if they need help with a problem with touching
    • what feelings may be associated with being victimized and victimizing someone else
    • empathy development and respectful treatment of peers
    • assertiveness skills regarding all aspects of "personal space" and touching

    Adolescent students may learn:

    • facts about sexual assault:
    • that sex without consent is sexual assault
    • that anyone can be a victim of sexual assault
    • that teens are particularly vulnerable to sexual assault
    • that most sexual assaults are committed by acquaintances, especially dates
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    • that teens have the right to say no to unwanted sexual contact
    • that date rapes often involve the use of alcohol by victims and perpetrators
    • about the role of gender socialization in sexual assault
    • how objectifying people allows them to be hurt
    • about the effects of sexual assault and abuse on men and women, victims, victimizers and bystanders (everyone else)
    • communication skills for healthy dating
    • personal steps they can take to address the problem of violence against women

     

    SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND HARASSMENT PREVENTION PROGRAMS

    The following agencies provide sexual violence and harassment prevention programs for educational institutions in Colorado. The programs include peer education, training for educators, and parent education. These programs can usually be customized for the needs of the educational setting. The cost of the programs does vary.

     

    Model Programs

    Boulder County Rape Crisis Team: this program provides peer educators for middle and high schools. Topics covered include sexual harassment, dating violence, healthy relationships, sexual assault, and interpersonal violence. 2855 E. Aurora, #13, Boulder, CO 80303. (303) 443-0400.

    Office of Womenís Programs and Studies Ė Colorado State University: administers the Sexual Assault Prevention through Peer Education program. This program is designed to educate young adults on issues of consent, force and coercion, communication, responsibility, and socialization. Peer educators are also knowledgeable about appropriate referral skills and resources in schools and the community. 112 Student Services, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523. (970) 491-6384.

    Rape Assistance and Awareness Program (RAAP): this program offers sexual assault and abuse prevention programs for students from preschool through college age. An essential element of the program, particularly in preschool and elementary school settings, is presentations for parents and staff about teaching children about personal safety and developing support services for youth. Program is age appropriate and customized for the school or classroom setting. P.O. Box 18951, Denver, CO 80218. (303) 329-9922.

    Tu Casa: utilizes staff, volunteers, and peer educators to provide presentations on sexual violence, sexual harassment, and issues of consent. Focuses not only on risk reduction but also on social change. Challenges students to examine myths, stereotypes, and socialization. P.O. Box 473, Alamosa, CO, 81101. (719) 589-4729.

     

    Prevention Programs

    Child Advocacy Resource and Education (CARE): a program for youth ages 3-18. It is developmentally focused, and graduated for each age level. Program components include safe touch, sexual harassment, and dating relationships. 814 9th Street, Greeley, CO, 80631. (970) 356-6751.

    Child Assault Prevention Program (CAPP): utilizes a three-pronged approach to prevention. Includes the training of staff, parents, and children. Program emphasizes self-assertion, peer support, communication, and reporting skills. Sexual assault is examined within the framework of basic human rights. Rape Intervention Team, P.O. Box 2723, Durango, CO 81302. (970) 259-3074.

    Coalition for Children: administers the Safe Child Program, a safety program for elementary school students. Primary focus is on stranger safety. Educators are strongly encouraged to preview program components. Program delivers some mixed messages about addressing boundary violations, especially for younger grade levels. P.O. Box 6304, Denver, CO, 80206. (800) 341-2293.

    The Kempe Center: administers the program "Understanding and Responding to the Sexual Behavior of Children." This is a training program for educators and individuals who work with children. What is unique to this program is its focus on perpetration prevention. It helps teachers and parents identify potentially troublesome behaviors among students, and teaches skills and strategies for addressing those behaviors. 1825 Marion, Denver, CO, 80218. (303) 864-5252.

    NEA Professional Library: uses NEA members and staff to train educators on how to implement their sexual harassment curriculum. P.O. Box 509, West Haven, CT, 06516-9904. (800) 229-4200.

    Project PAVE: provides violence prevention programs customized to the needs of the institution for grades K-8. Topics covered can include socialization, dehumanization, interpersonal violence, sexual harassment and violence, risk reduction, and social change. Program is not specifically about sexual violence prevention, but rather all forms of violence. 2051 York Street, Denver, CO 80205. (303) 322-2382.

     

    ELEMENTARY

    CURRICULA:

    ABCs of Personal Safety, a multimedia kit which includes curriculum, video, coloring and poster books. It covers various aspects of personal safety for elementary school students. Cost: $74.85 for kit with bulk rate prices available for the coloring book. Red Flag Green Flag Resources.

    ACT for Kids K-6 Personal Safety and Life Skills Curriculum, this curriculum is designed to facilitate the implementation of a prevention program for children in grades K-6. It is graduated and age appropriate, and contains complete lessons and activities. Cost: $54.95. ACT for Kids. (Accompanying videos are optional and available for additional cost).

    Body Rights, a multimedia kit containing curricula, books, songs, puppets and activity sheets. Designed to teach safety to preschool and elementary age students. Cost: $185.95. ChildsWork ChildsPlay.

    Child Lures: The Safety Solution, sex offenders use a variety of lures to attract children and this curriculum provides specific strategies to help children stay safe. The kit includes curricula, video, lesson plans, and review activities. This program is endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Cost: $389.00. Wooden Publishing House.

    Child Sexual Abuse Curriculum for the Developmentally Disabled, a personal safety curriculum for children with developmental disabilities. Cost: $45.00. CC Thomas.

    Girls and Boys Getting Along, a sexual harassment curricula for grades K-6. Utilizes storytelling, puppetry and other activities. Cost: $10.00. Minnesota Department of Education.

    Kids and Company: Together for Safety, a multimedia curricula instructing youth in awareness and assertiveness. Includes teacherís guide, staff orientation workshop, videotape, parent kit, poster, games and other activities. Endorsed by several national education and childrenís associations. Cost: $270.00. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

    No-Go-Tell!, this curricula is designed specifically for children ages 3-7 with physical and developmental disabilities. Can be purchased with or without a set of boy and girl anatomically correct dolls. Cost: $349.00 (with dolls); $229.00 (without dolls). James Stanfield Company.

    Preventing Sexual Abuse, a curriculum filled with activities for children and instructor guidelines. Includes five and three day curricula, and student pre and post tests. K-6. Cost: $19.95. Learning Publications.

    Reach: for Elementary School Age Children, a 10 to 20 week prevention program. Focus is not specifically sexual violence prevention. Curriculum is more designed to enhance self-esteem, encourage independent thinking, and empower children. Cost: $45.00. National Resource Center for Youth Services.

    Reducing Vulnerability: Child Sexual Abuse, Harassment, and Abduction Prevention Curriculum for Grades K-6, covers the areas of child sexual abuse prevention, teasing, bullying, sexual harassment prevention, and child abduction prevention. Cost: $19.95. Learning Publications.

    The Safe Body Kit Starring the Bod Squad, the "Bod Squad," a group of cartoon characters, help explain good and bad touch and resistance skills. This multimedia kit includes curricula, teacherís guide, flip chart, coloring book, and activity book. Intended for grades K-3. Cost: $99.00. Health EdCo.

    The Safe Child Program, is a 10-day prevention curriculum for preschoolers and kindergartners, and five-day programs for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders. The program includes video(s) for each grade level, teacherís guide filled with classroom activities, and provides for parental participation. Educators are strongly encouraged to preview materials before purchase. Primary focus is stranger safety and program delivers some mixed messages about how to address boundary violations, especially for younger children. Cost: $1,095.00. Coalition for Children.

    Second Step, a curricula designed to prevent youth violence. Includes fully scripted lessons and activity plans. The fact that the curriculum can be presented in a variety of ways makes it well suited for a wide range of school environments. Cost: Pre-K: $259.00; 1-3: $269.00; 4-5: $249.00. Committee for Children.

    Talking About Touching, this age appropriate curriculum is available for preschoolers and kindergartners, and for grades 1-3. It includes skill practice activities; Samís Story, about a girl who learns about touch which includes a big book, booklet, and audio tape; lesson plans; teacherís guide; and a video for parents. Program is easy and comfortable to use. Cost: Pre-K $250.00; 1-3 $195.00. Committee for Children.

    VIDEOS:

    Believe Me, this 21-minute video helps children understand that itís not only okay but also important to tell if they are being abused. Stresses the difference between "good" and "bad" touching, and that the child is never at fault. For Grades K-3. Cost: $99.00. Coronet/MTI.

    The Berenstain Bears Learn About Strangers, the animated video helps children in grades K-3 learn about stranger safety. Cost: $29.95. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    Beware of Strangers, Fat Albertís class learns skills to avoid being victimized by strangers. 15 minutes. Cost: $49.95. The National Center for the Prevention of Violence.

    Child Abuse Prevention: Crimes Against the Innocent, dramatized vignettes teach children how to protect themselves from bad touching and from strangers. This 44-minute video is for grades K-4. Cost: $49.95. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    Critter Jitters, this 22-minute video is designed to provide sexual abuse prevention skills without confusing or frightening children. Uses songs, poems, mime, and music. Cost: $89.95. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    Incest: Speaking the Deadly Secret, a therapy group of incest survivors share the traumatic effects childhood sexual abuse has had on their lives. Designed to provide support to incest victims. 50 minutes. Cost: $149.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Itís Okay to Tell, a 15-minute dramatization of a ten-year-old girl who is being sexually molested by her stepfather. She is finally able to tell someone and begins the process of recovery. Cost: 149.00. AIMS Multimedia

    Kids Have Rights Too: A Program about Child Sexual Abuse, two friends discover that another friend was sexually abused. They learn that abuse can happen to anyone and that it is important to tell an adult. 18 minutes. For grades 4-6. Cost: $99.00. Coronet/MTI.

    Never Say Yes to a Stranger, this 20-minute video uses animated and dramatic vignettes to teach children and young teens safety tips and preventative tactics. For grades 4-8. Cost: $79.00. Coronet/MTI.

    Never Talk To Strangers, educates children on staying strong and safe by never talking to strangers. For grades K-3. 30 minutes. Cost: $39.95. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    The Secret: Child Sexual Abuse, a 25-minute dramatization of two young children who are being molested by their uncle. Difficult subject matter handled sensitively for children in grades 3-6. Cost: $169.95. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    Say No To Strangers and Kidís Right to Tell Someone, presented by Patches and Pockets, this video program explains that itís okay to tell secrets and that thereís nothing wrong in saying no. Cost: $39.95. National Center for Violence Prevention.

    Staying Away From Strangers, in this 11-minute animated video two children show a new friend from another planet how to stay safe around strangers. Cost: $59.00. Coronet/MTI.

    Stranger Danger, a program for K-3 that helps children recognize strangers. For use with children and parents and others who care for children. 30 minutes. Cost: $79.95. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    Stranger Safety: The Safety Adventures of Eli Sprightly, uses the friendly puppet, Eli Sprightly, to teach children about stranger safety. Includes such tips as using a secret word and saying no to a grown up. Also contains "what if" scenarios. 14 minutes. Cost: $195.00. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    StrangerSmart, Sergeant Steve De Bry, a 14-year police veteran and expert on childrenís issues helps children learn how to stay safe from abductors and molesters. For grades K-6. 28 minutes. Cost: $19.95. The National Center for Elementary Drug and Violence Prevention.

    Too Smart for Strangers, Winnie the Pooh and pals teach children important lessons about strangers, including who is a stranger, when to say no, how to tell an "okay" touch from one thatís "not okay", and who to ask for help. 40 minutes. Cost: $39.95. The National Center for the Prevention of Violence.

    What Tadoo, two puppet frogs, What and Tadoo, teach four basic rules to help children stay safe. For Pre K-2. 18 minutes. Cost: $95.00. The National Center for Elementary Drug and Violence Prevention.

    A Wolf in Sheepís Clothing: Preventing (Boys) Sexual Abuse, based on the true story of a young boy who was molested by a neighbor, this 16-minute video demonstrates techniques that molesters use to abuse children. For grades 4-8. Cost: $59.95. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    Yes, You Can Say No, a ten-year-old boy succeeds in stopping his own victimization. 20 minutes. Cost: $129.95. AIMS Multimedia

     

    Workbooks:

    My Very Own Book About Me - a workbook, explores different kinds of touching and what children should do about them. Includes 60 pages of activities and problem solving stories. Cost: $4.95/workbook (Teacherís Guide - $4.95), ACT for Kids.

     

    JUNIOR HIGH

    CURRICULA:

    Body Rights, a multimedia kit containing curricula, books, songs, puppets and activity sheets. Designed to teach safety to preschool and elementary age students. Cost: $185.95. ChildsWork ChildsPlay.

    Challenge: For Adolescents and Young Adults, a 10-week prevention program. Primary focus is not on sexual violence prevention, but rather life skills training, decision making, personal responsibility, and abuse prevention. Cost: $45.00. National Resource Center for Youth Services.

    Child Sexual Abuse Curriculum for the Developmentally Disabled, a personal safety curriculum for youth with developmental disabilities. Cost: $45.00. CC Thomas.

    Confronting Sexual Harassment: Learning Activities for Teens, can be used independently or integrated into school curricula. Cost: $19.95. Educational Media Corporation.

    Crossing the Line: Preventing Sexual Harassment Among Students, is a comprehensive four-day program for junior and senior high schools. The curriculum includes a videotape, teacherís guide, student handouts, and parent information. Designed to help teens examine and, if necessary, modify their behavior in order to develop healthy, respectful relationships. Unfortunately, the student acting and the scripts for the scenarios are poor, so it is difficult to take the situations seriously. Cost: $350.00. HRM Video.

    Dating Violence: Intervention and Prevention, this curriculum examines the nature of relationships, violent behavior, and what to do to end the dating and stay safe. Includes lesson plans, handouts, flipchart samples, and teaching guide. Cost: $15.95. Kidsrights.

    Flirting or Hurting, a sexual harassment curriculum for junior and senior high school students. Includes activities, discussion questions, handouts, and homework assignments. Supplemental activities enhance and strengthen this quality curriculum. Training in curriculum implementation is also available. Highly recommended. Cost: $19.95. NEA Professional Library.

    Healing Hearts, Mending Minds: A Curriculum for Young Crime Victims, this curriculum addresses the issue of victimization. Covers such topics as coping with bullying, assault, relationship violence, hate crime, and sexual harassment. Encourages peer support, problem solving and communication. Cost: $40.00. Education Development Center National Organization for Victim Assistance.

    In Touch With Teens, a Relationship Violence Prevention Curriculum for Youth Ages 12-19, this exciting and comprehensive eight unit curriculum examines the roots of violence, socialization, sexual harassment, and sexual assault. Includes a unit on the impact of the media on gender and violence. All handouts are in English and Spanish. The activities are thoughtful and appropriate for a variety of student populations. Highly recommended. Cost: $30.00. The Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women.

    No Easy Answers: A Sexual Abuse Prevention Curriculum for Junior and Senior High Students, utilizes the collaborative efforts of the Illusion Theaterís Sexual Abuse Prevention Education Program and the Sexual Assault Services of Hennepin County. Cost: $95.00 ETR Associates.

    Preventing Sexual Abuse, a curriculum filled with activities for children and instructor guidelines. Includes five and three day curricula, and student pre and post tests. Grades 7-12. Cost: $19.95. Learning Publications.

    Preventing Sexual Abuse of Persons with Disabilities: A Curriculum for Hearing Impaired, Physically Disabled, Blind, and Mentally Retarded Students, for those working specifically with disabled populations. Cost: $26.40. ETR Associates.

    Project RAP: Relationships and Power, is a curriculum for students in grades 6-8, and covers such topics as gender roles, sexual harassment, dating violence, and sexual assault. It is designed to be flexible, to fit into varying class time periods, and can be taught in 5 to 19 sessions. Cost: $30.00. New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women.

    Second Step, a curricula designed to prevent youth violence. Includes fully scripted lessons and activity plans that are easily integrated into a variety of other subject areas. Cost: Level One, $295.00; Level Two, $125.00; Level Three, $125.00. Committee for Children.

    Sexual Harassment and Teens, is a three-unit program defining sexual harassment, its causes, and its prevention. It includes activities, questionnaires and case studies. There is good background information for the educator. Cost: $17.95. ACT for Kids.

    Unmasking Sexual Con Games: Helping Teens Identify Good and Bad Relationships, helps teens in identifying sexual "con artists." Topics include emotional grooming, boundary setting, and peer pressure. Cost: $29.95 (facilitatorís guide); $4.50 (student guide - discounts available for bulk orders). Boys Town Press.

    VIDEOS:

    Date Rape, a drama which not only explores the effects of date rape on the female victim, but also on the young high school male who has some stereotypical sexist attitudes about women, and does not understand the nature of his actions. 45 minutes. Cost: $99.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Date Rape: It Happened to Me, this 30-minute video sensitizes teens to the emotional, psychological, and legal ramifications of acts of sexual violence. Cost: $225.00. Pyramid Media.

    Echoes in the Hallway: Spotting and Stopping Sexual Harassment at School, puppets are used in this 12-minute video which illustrates sexual harassment situations. Cost: $49.95. ETR Associates.

    Gender Jeopardy Series: Sexual Harassment 101, a video series in three parts: girls; boys; and date violence/sexual abuse. Topics include male socialization, empathy building, and personal stories. Educators are encouraged to preview series before purchase. Cost: Complete Package - $350.00. Select Media.

    Heís So Fine: Crossing the Line Into Sexual Harassment, a 25-minute video in which a teen experiences role reversals and finds himself and his male friends the victims of sexual harassment. Cost: $325.00 Media Inc.

    Incest: Speaking the Deadly Secret, a therapy group of incest survivors share the traumatic effects childhood sexual abuse has had on their lives. Designed to provide support to incest victims. 50 minutes. Cost: $149.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Itís Okay to Tell, a 15-minute dramatization of a ten-year-old girl who is being sexually molested by her stepfather. She is finally able to tell someone and begins the process of recovery. Cost: $149.00. AIMS Multimedia

    Katieís Secret, a 14-minute video dramatizes the true-life experience of a young girl being sexually abused by her motherís fiancee. She finds the courage to tell her mother with the help of a teacher and support group. Although teacherís guide and lesson plans are included, it is suggested that the educator develop additional material to complement this video. Cost: $89.95. United Learning.

    Never Say Yes to a Stranger, this 20-minute video uses animated and dramatic vignettes to teach children and young teens safety tips and preventative tactics. For grades 4-8. Cost: $79.00. Coronet/MTI.

    No Easy Answers, a 32-minute sexual abuse prevention video designed to help junior and senior high students talk about several forms of sexual violence and also how to help someone they suspect is a victim. Cost: $95.00. ETR Associates.

    No Means No: Avoiding Date Abuse, a high school student confides to her sister in college that she was almost raped by her boyfriend. Her sister and other college friends set up a variety of role-plays to explore setting sexual limits. This 19-minute video is a "classic", but now somewhat dated. Cost: $95.00 ETR Associates.

    Preventing Sexual Abuse of Persons with Disabilities: A Curriculum for Hearing Impaired, Physically Disabled, Blind, and Mentally Retarded Students, for those working specifically with disabled populations. Cost: $26.40. ETR Associates.

    Sexual Abuse Prevention, a 28-minute live action video. Designed to gently prepare students to deal with the problem of sexual abuse. Cost: $189.95. The National Center for Drug Abuse, Violence, and Recovery.

    Sexual Harassment: Itís Hurting People, this 18-minute video explores sexual harassment in middle and junior high schools. Helps viewers understand that harassment creates a hostile environment and examines different forms of harassment. Maintains that such harassment is a major offense that can lead to suspension. Encourages all students to take responsibility in helping to create a safe and respectful school environment. Particularly effective if part of a school wide sexual harassment education program. Cost: $99.95. Sunburst.

    Sexual Harassment: Stop It Now, this 30-minute documentary presents students from several high schools giving their opinions about sexual harassment. Professionals facilitate groups with the teens to further their understanding of sexual harassment. Three dramatized vignettes illustrate the effect on the victim. Includes lesson plans, student activities, and discussion questions. This video is multi-cultural and very well done. Cost: $99.00. United Learning.

    Street Wise Players: Date Rape, a multi-cultural 27-minute video which dramatizes a date rape story and its effects and consequences. Poor sound quality mars its effectiveness. Cost: $69.00. Attainment Company.

    What is Sexual Harassment?, distinguishes between flirting and sexual harassment. Includes a 23-minute video and complete discussion guide. Cost: $99.00. Kidsrights.

    A Wolf in Sheepís Clothing: Preventing (Boys) Sexual Abuse, based on the true story of a young boy who was molested by a neighbor, this 16-minute video demonstrates techniques that molesters use to abuse children. For grades 4-8. Cost: $59.95. The National Center for Violence Prevention.

    Yes, You Can Say No, a ten-year-old boy succeeds in stopping his own victimization. 20 minutes. Cost: 129.95. AIMS Multimedia

     

    WORKBOOKS:

    Sexual Harassment: Pick and Choose Activities, this program includes 35 activities to help students define, identify and explore the causes of sexual harassment. Includes reproducible student activity sheets. Cost: $35.00. ETR Associates.

    So Whatís It to Me?: Sexual Assault Information for Guys, although not designed as a comprehensive curriculum, this student booklet, combined with the teacherís activity guide, provides a very good structure by which teen males can examine their views about sexual violence, and how to prevent it. The booklet provides activities the students can do on their own; the teacherís guide includes small and large group activities. Cost: Student Booklet - $4.50/copy; Activity Guide - $14.00 (classroom discount packages available). King County Sexual Assault Resource Center.

    Top Secret: Sexual Assault Information for Teenagers Only, although not designed as a comprehensive curriculum, this student booklet, combined with the teacherís discussion guide, provides a very good structure for teen girls to explore their ideas and feelings around sexual violence. The student booklet examines the different types of sexual violence and includes student activities; the teacherís guide provides additional teaching information and in-class activities. Cost: Student Booklet - $4.50/copy; Discussion Guide - $14.00 (classroom discount packages available). King County Sexual Assault Resource Center.

     

    SENIOR HIGH

    CURRICULA:

    Adolescent Sexual Assault and Harassment Prevention Curriculum, is a program which examines various types of sexual violence. Contains many classroom activities and handouts. Curriculum is designed so that the instructor can determine the best presentation of the material, and can also integrate it into several different subject areas. Good for a variety of school environments and classroom settings. Cost: $24.95. Learning Publications.

    Be Aware. Be Safe., a curriculum designed specifically for Southeast Asian teenagers. The sexual assault prevention information strives to be culturally appropriate. Includes video and activity guide. Cost: $100.00. King County Sexual Assault Resource Center.

    Challenge: For Adolescents and Young Adults, a 10-week prevention program. Primary focus is not on sexual violence prevention, but rather life skills training, decision making, personal responsibility, and abuse prevention. Cost: $45.00. National Resource Center for Youth Services.

    Child Sexual Abuse Curriculum for the Developmentally Disabled, a personal safety curriculum for youth with developmental disabilities. Cost: $45.00. CC Thomas.

    Confronting Sexual Harassment: Learning Activities for Teens, can be used independently or integrated into school curricula. Cost: $19.95. Educational Media Corporation.

    Crossing the Line: Preventing Sexual Harassment Among Students, is a comprehensive four-day program for junior and senior high schools. The curriculum includes a videotape, teacherís guide, student handouts, and parent information. Designed to help teens examine and, if necessary, modify their behavior in order to develop healthy, respectful relationships. Unfortunately, the student acting and the scripts for the scenarios are poor, so it is difficult to take the situations seriously. Cost: $350.00. HRM Video.

    Dating: Peer Education for Reducing Sexual Harassment and Violence Among Secondary Students, a training curriculum designed to establish a Peer Advocacy in Intimate Relationships program. Students learn about sexual violence, examine their own preconceived ideas about relationships, learn strategies for dealing with sexual harassment, and how to serve as supporters and educators for their peers. Cost: $19.95. Learning Publications.

    Dating Violence: Intervention and Prevention, this program examines the nature of relationships, violent behavior, and what to do to end the dating and stay safe. Includes lesson plans, handouts, flipchart samples, and teaching guide. Cost: $15.95. Kidsrights.

    Expect Sexual Harassment: A Sexual Harassment Module for Youth, this interactive sexual harassment prevention program includes curricula, booklet, and computer diskette. The kit contains outlines, teaching scripts, discussion topics, and activities. The booklet includes 100 real stores of sexual harassment and gender bias. The diskette is available in IBM PC and Macintosh. Cost: $60.00. American Association of University Women Initiative for Educational Equity.

    Flirting or Hurting, a sexual harassment curriculum for junior and senior high school students. Includes activities, discussion questions, handouts, and homework assignments. Supplemental activities enhance and strengthen this quality curriculum. Training in curriculum implementation is also available. Highly recommended. Cost: $19.95. NEA Professional Library.

    Healing Hearts, Mending Minds: A Curriculum for Young Crime Victims, this curriculum addresses the issue of victimization. Covers such topics as coping with bullying, assault, relationship violence, hate crime, and sexual harassment. Encourages peer support, problem solving and communication. Cost: $40.00. Education Development Center National Organization for Victim Assistance.

    Helping Teens to Stop Violence, includes a two-day high school program designed to help students resist and prevent violence. Also included are sections for the educators on power imbalances, liberatory teaching, and suggestions for training other adults. Cost: $14.95. Hunter House Inc.

    No Easy Answers: A Sexual Abuse Prevention Curriculum for Junior and Senior High Students, utilizes the collaborative efforts of the Illusion Theaterís Sexual Abuse Prevention Education Program and the Sexual Assault Services of Hennepin County. Cost: $95.00. ETR Associates.

    Over the Line? Preventing Sexual Coercion and Date Rape, this CD-ROM curriculum contains six vignettes that span the continuum from unwelcome touching to acquaintance rape. Teens can make decisions for the characters and then see what happens. Available for Macintosh only. Cost: $129.00. Pyramid Media.

    Preventing Sexual Abuse, a curriculum filled with activities for children and instructor guidelines. Includes five and three day curricula, and student pre and post tests. Grades 7-12. Cost: $19.95. Learning Publications.

    Preventing Family Violence: A Curriculum for Adolescents, addresses the topics of family violence, child sexual abuse, gender role stereotypes, socialization, and women abuse. Cost: Free. Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

    Reaching and Teaching Teens to Stop Violence, is a violence prevention curriculum in 5 units: sexual harassment; sexual assault; dating violence; healthy relationships; and gender and violence. Easy to use and includes discussion questions, activities and role-plays. Cost: $30.00. Nebraska Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Coalition.

    Respect Canít Be Beat! Teen Dating Violence Peer Leader Training, this curriculum is for peer educators working in high schools and stresses awareness of dating violence and personal skills development. Cost: $10.00. Transition House Dating Violence Intervention Project.

    Sex Without Consent, a training curriculum designed to establish a Sexual Assault Peer Education program. Students learn about various forms of sexual violence and are trained as peer educators. Teaches skills in helping someone who discloses sexual assault. Good examination of issues around consent and coercion. Cost: $21.95. Learning Publications.

    Sexual Harassment and Teens, is a three-unit program defining sexual harassment, its causes, and its prevention. It includes activities, questionnaires and case studies. There is good background information for the educator. Cost: $17.95. ACT for Kids.

    Teens Stopping Rape, includes a 25-minute video, a teacherís guides with lesson plans, student activities, discussion questions, and a script. The video includes several stories of survivors of sexual assault, and a dialogue between high school students at Lincoln Park High School in Chicago and experts and professional educators. Designed to empower teenagers. Cost: $99.00. United Learning.

    Unmasking Sexual Con Games: Helping Teens Identify Good and Bad Relationships, helps teens in identifying sexual "con artists." Topics include emotional grooming, boundary setting, and peer pressure. Cost: $29.95 (facilitatorís guide); $4.50 (student guide - discounts available for bulk orders). Boys Town Press.

    Youth Relationships Manual, is an 18-session curriculum for the prevention of abuse toward women. The program promotes healthy relationships and includes such topics as social/political understanding of violence against women, dating violence, and sexual assault. The breadth of the curriculum may make it unwieldy for some high school programs. Cost: $29.95. Sage Publications.

     

    VIDEOS:

    And Iím a Rapist, this 24-minute video explores the experience of Anthony, a rapist, and the true motives for rape. Cost: $195.00. Pyramid Media.

    Big Boys Donít Cry, dramatizes the emotional turmoil of a teen who was sexually abused as a child by his uncle. Now he fears his younger brother is in the same situation. Cost: $99.95. The National Center for Drug Abuse, Violence and Recovery.

    Date Rape, a drama which not only explores the effects of date rape on the female victim, but also on the young high school male who has some stereotypical sexist attitudes about women, and does not understand the nature of his actions. 45 minutes. Cost: $99.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Date Rape: It Happened to Me, this 30-minute video sensitizes teens to the emotional, psychological, and legal ramifications of acts of sexual violence. Good information, but somewhat dated. Cost: $225.00. Pyramid Media.

    Dating, Sex, and Trouble, examines the different expectations male and female teens can have about dates, and how those expectations can lead to miscommunication, mixed signals, and coercion. Dispels myths and stereotypes about rape in dating situations. Defines consent and stresses its importance. Strategies presented for males about dating expectations are original and thought provoking. Cost: $99.95. Sunburst.

    Donít Do It; Donít Allow It, this video series is designed to help students identify sexual harassment in their lives and learn action strategies to deal with it. Cost: $150.00. ACT for Kids.

    Echoes in the Hallway: Spotting and Stopping Sexual Harassment at School, puppets are used in this 12-minute video which illustrates sexual harassment situations. Cost: $49.95. ETR Associates.

    Finding Out - Date Rape, a 30-minute video designed primarily for college bound high school seniors. Looks at life on a college campus, and helps students identify behaviors that may put them at risk. Cost: $189.00. The National Center for Drug Abuse, Violence and Recovery.

    "Friends" Raping Friends: Strategies for Prevention, this 36-minute video examines situations which increase the risk of acquaintance rape. Interviews with teens and college students are interspersed with dramatized vignettes in order to challenge the viewerís preconceptions about date rape. The teacherís guide will help facilitate a thought provoking discussion among students. Cost: $189.00. HRM Video.

    From Victim to Survivor, this 29-minute live action video focuses on three adult survivors of sexual assault, sharing their stories and encouraging victims to come forward for their own recovery. Cost: $295.00. The National Center for Drug Abuse, Violence, and Recovery.

    Gender Jeopardy Series: Sexual Harassment 101, a video series in three parts: girls; boys; and date violence/sexual abuse. Topics include male socialization, empathy building, and personal stories. Educators are encouraged to preview series before purchase. Cost: Complete Package - $350.00. Select Media.

    Healing the Wounds of Incest, examines the experiences of four women and one man who have transformed themselves from victims to survivors. For high school juniors and seniors. Cost: $295.00. Pyramid Media.

    Heís So Fine: Crossing the Line Into Sexual Harassment, a 25-minute video in which a teen experiences role reversals and finds himself and his male friends the victims of sexual harassment. Predictable. Cost: $325.00. Media Inc.

    Incest: Speaking the Deadly Secret, a therapy group of incest survivors share the traumatic effects childhood sexual abuse has had on their lives. Designed to provide support to incest victims. 50 minutes. Cost: $149.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Is it LoveÖOr Is it Gross? Is it Sexual Harassment, teens discuss sexual harassment in a call-in radio show format. Defines sexual harassment in several different situations and how to cope with them. 26 minutes. Cost: $95.00. The National Center for Drug Abuse, Violence, and Recovery.

    Jamieís Secret, a 24-minute drama of a young teen who has been sexually abused by his father. With the help of other caring adults, he finds the strength to face his father in court. Cost: $225.00. Pyramid Media.

    Junior Partner, a 20-minute live action video dramatizing the plight of a young woman who is sexually harassed by her boss at her part time job. When sheís fired, she wants to forget about it, then realizes that through her actions she can do something to stop his behavior. Includes Leaderís Guide. Cost: $95.00. The Bureau for At-Risk Youth.

    Katieís Secret, a 14-minute video dramatizes the true life experience of a young girl being sexually abused by her motherís fiancee. She finds the courage to tell her mother with the help of a teacher and support group. Although teacherís guide and lesson plans are included, it is suggested that the educator develop additional material to complement this video. Cost: $89.95. United Learning.

    A Matter of Choice: A Program Confronting Teenage Sexual Abuse, is a 20-minute video designed to help students understand how to minimize the risk of sexual assault, while still placing full responsibility on the perpetrator. The role of the "big brother," who narrates the program, feels somewhat patronizing. All anglo characters. Cost: $95.00. United Learning.

    No Easy Answers, a 32-minute sexual abuse prevention video designed to help junior and senior high students talk about several forms of sexual violence and also how to help someone they suspect is a victim. Cost: $95.00. ETR Associates.

    No Means No: Avoiding Date Abuse, a high school student confides to her sister in college that she was almost raped by her boyfriend. Her sister and other college friends set up a variety of role-plays to explore setting sexual limits. This 19-minute video is a "classic," but now somewhat dated. Cost: $95.00. ETR Associates.

    No Means No: Understanding Acquaintance Rape, how victims and law enforcement deal with date rape is explored through interviews with teens, rape victims, law officials, and an accused rapist. The video contains scenes from a mock rape trial, which are based on a real case. The victim and the alleged perpetrator are actors -ĺ the jury is not. Viewers are able to observe the fascinating jury deliberations. Provocative. Cost: $189.00. HRM Video.

    Out of Bounds: Teenage Sexual Harassment, a straightforward dramatization of a sexual harassment situation. Includes commentary by narrator. Well-made, high-quality, 19-minute video. Cost: $99.00. Coronet/MTI.

    Rape: Not Always a Stranger, a rape counselor and a law enforcement officer present information in an effort to reduce a womanís risk of being raped. 25 minutes. Cost: $99.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Scared Silent: Incest, hosted by Oprah Winfrey, this 22-minute video examines the experiences of two teenage victims of incest. Cost: $99.95. AIMS Multimedia

    Scoring: A Story About Date Rape, this 19-minute video focuses on definitions and attitudes. Examines sexual coercion and date rape. Somewhat dated. Cost: $99.00. Coronet/MTI.

    Sexual Abuse and Harassment: Causes, PreventionÖCoping, educates students about a variety of inappropriate and unwanted sexual acts and pressures. 58 minutes. Cost: $149.95. The National Center for Drug Abuse, Violence, and Recovery.

    Sexual Harassment and How to Stop It, in this 25-minute video, students use role plays to identify and define harassment. Includes teachers guide. Cost: $99.95. Sunburst.

    Sexual Harassment: Crossing the Line, educates teens about the different kinds of sexual harassment and several ways to deal with it. 40 minutes. Cost: $89.00. Attainment Company.

    Sexual Harassment: Stop It Now, this 30-minute documentary presents students from several high schools giving their opinions about sexual harassment. Professionals facilitate groups with the teens to further their understanding of sexual harassment. Three dramatized vignettes illustrate the effect on the victim. Includes lesson plans, student activities, and discussion questions. This video is multi-cultural and very well done. Cost: $99.00. United Learning.

    Street Wise Players: Date Rape, a multi-cultural 27-minute video which dramatizes a date rape story and its effects and consequences. Poor sound quality mars its effectiveness. Cost: $69.00. Attainment Company.

    Surviving Rape: A Journey through Grief, this 33-minute video explains the five stages of the grieving process after rape. Cost: $149.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Teens Stopping Rape, a powerful video which should provoke stimulating discussion among viewers. Teens examine the many factors that can play a part in date rape, and explore the myths associated with it. The students are candid with the professional educators, openly expressing their confusion and frustration. The experts are skilled at raising the studentsí awareness and helping them understand what rape is and things they can do to help stop it. Somewhat "talky," but well-done and multi-cultural. Cost: $99.00. United Learning.

    To A Safer Place, an adult survivor of incest, who has established a successful life for herself, re-examines her abuse in conversations with family members who were also victims of physical or sexual abuse. 58 minutes. Cost: $169.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Twice a Victim, a 23-minute film that dramatizes the turmoil of a young female college student who is date raped. Shows her difficulty not only in disclosing the assault but also the identity of her abuser. Powerful ending as she goes to a support group and begins to understand the prevalence of date rape. Cost: $149.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Watch What You Drink, a 15-minute video examines the drug "Rohypnol" or "the date rape drug." An ABC News 20/20 Report. Cost: $195.00. AIMS Multimedia.

    What is Sexual Harassment?, distinguishes between flirting and sexual harassment. Includes 23-minute video and complete discussion guide. Cost: $99.00. Kidsrights.

    When a Kiss Is Not Just a Kiss, this provocative video uses a group of actors to portray a non-consensual sexual encounter to a student audience. The students are then given the opportunity to ask questions of the actors, both in and out of character. The perceptions of each of the characters are shared. Teacherís guide will help facilitate substantive discussion. Highly recommended, especially for older, more sophisticated students. Cost: $198.00. The Bureau for At-Risk Resources.

    When Date Becomes Rape, primarily for college-bound seniors, this 26-minute video looks at date rape on college campuses. Images of campus life scenes interspersed with discussions about communication issues in dating and gender socialization. Cost: $95.00. The National Center for Drug Abuse, Violence, and Recovery.

    Where Angels Dare, the real life experiences of six men and women who survived childhood sexual abuse are shared, and their relationships with the individuals who supported them along their path to recovery. For high school juniors and seniors. 27 minutes. Cost: $149.95. AIMS Multimedia.

    Without Consent, by examining the relationship of two college students, students are challenged to explore what rape is, why it occurs, and how it may be prevented. The 25-minute video is designed to stimulate serious discussion. Cost: $195.00. Pyramid Media.

     

    Workbooks:

    Sexual Harassment: Pick and Choose Activities, this program includes 35 activities to help students define, identify and explore the causes of sexual harassment. Includes reproducible student activity sheets. Cost: $35.00. ETR Associates

     

    So Whatís It to Me?: Sexual Assault Information for Guys, although not designed as a comprehensive curriculum, this student booklet, combined with the teacherís activity guide, provides a very good structure by which teen males can examine their views about sexual violence, and how to prevent it. The booklet provides activities the students can do on their own; the teacherís guide includes small and large group activities. Cost: Student Booklet - $4.50/copy; Activity Guide - $14.00 (classroom discount packages available). King County Sexual Assault Resource Center.

    Top Secret: Sexual Assault Information for Teenagers Only, although not designed as a comprehensive curriculum, this student booklet, combined with the teacherís discussion guide, provides a very good structure for teen girls to explore their ideas and feelings around sexual violence. The student booklet examines the different types of sexual violence and includes student activities; the teacherís guide provides additional teaching information and in-class activities. Cost: Student Booklet - $4.50/copy; Discussion Guide - $14.00 (classroom discount packages available). King County Sexual Assault Resource Center.

     

    DISTRIBUTORS/PUBLISHERS

    ACT for Kids
    Spokane Sexual Assault Center
    7 South Howard, Suite 200
    Spokane, WA 99204-0323
    (509) 747-8224

    AIMS Multimedia
    9710 DeSoto Ave.
    Chatsworth, CA 91311-4409
    (800) 367-2467
    http://www.aims-multimedia.com/

    American Association of University Women Initiative for Educational Equity
    1111 16th St., NW
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 785-7700

    Attainment Company
    P.O. Box 930160
    Verona, WI 53393-0160
    608-845-7880
    http://www.attainment-inc.com/

    Boys Town Press
    14100 Crawford St.
    Boys Town, NE 68010
    (800) 282-6657

    The Bureau for At-Risk Youth
    135 Dupont St.
    P.O. Box 760
    Plainview, NY 11803-0760
    800-99-YOUTH

    CC Thomas
    P.O. Box 19265
    Springfield, IL 62794-9265
    (800) 258-8980

    ChildsWork ChildsPlay
    100 Plaza Dr.
    Secaucus, NJ 07094
    (800) 962-1141

    Committee for Children
    2203 Airport Way South, Suite 500
    Seattle, WA 98134-2027
    (800) 634-4449

    Coronet/MTI
    4350 Equity Drive
    P.O. Box 2649
    Columbus, OH 43216-2649
    (800) 321-3106

    Education Development Center
    National Organization for Victim Assistance
    P.O. Box 21311
    Minneapolis, MN 55421
    (800) 966-3382

    Educational Media Corporation
    P.O. Box 21311
    Minneapolis, MN 55421
    (800) 966-3382

    ETR Associates
    P.O. Box 1830
    Santa Cruz, CA 95061-1830
    (800) 321-4407

    HRM Video
    175 Tompkins Ave.
    Pleasantville, NY 10570-3156
    (800) 431-2050

    Health EdCo
    5045 Franklin Ave.
    Waco, TX 76710
    (800) 299-3366

    Hunter House Inc.
    P.O. Box 2914
    Alameda, CA 94501
    (800) 266-5592

    James Stanfield Company
    P.O. Box 41058
    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
    (800) 421-6534

    Kidsrights
    10100 Park Cedar Dr.
    Charlotte, NC 28210
    (800) 892-KIDS

    King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
    P.O. Box 300
    Renton, WA 98057
    (206) 226-5062

    Learning Publications, Inc.
    P.O. Box 1338
    Holmes Beach, FL 34218-1338
    (800) 222-1525

    The Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women
    6043 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 200
    Los Angeles, CA 90028
    (213) 462-1281

    Lucerne Media
    37 Ground Pine Road
    Morris Plains, NJ 07950
    (201) 538-1401; (800) 341-2293

    Massachusetts Department of Public Health
    250 Washington St.
    Boston, MA 02108
    (617) 624-5070

    Media Inc.
    P.O. Box 496
    Media, PA 19063
    (610)565-2844

    Minnesota Department of Education
    550 Cedar St.
    St. Paul, MN 55101
    Attn: Sue Sattel
    (612) 296-7622

    The National Center for Drug Abuse, Violence and Recovery
    P.O. Box 9
    102 Hwy. 81 North
    Calhoun, KY 42327-0009
    (800) 962-6662
    http://www.nimcoinc.com/

    The National Center for Elementary Drug and Violence Prevention
    P.O. Box 9
    102 Hwy. 81 North
    Calhoun, KY 42327-0009
    http://www.nimcoinc.com/

    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
    2101 Wilson Blvd. #550
    Arlington, VA 22201
    (703) 235-3900

    The National Center for Violence Prevention
    102 Hwy. 81 North
    P.O. Box 9
    Calhoun, KY 42327-0009
    (800) 962-6662
    http://www.netam.net/~nimco/

    National Resource Center for Youth Services
    The University of Oklahoma
    202 West Eighth St.
    Tulsa, OK 74119-1419
    (918) 585-2986

    NEA Professional Library
    P.O. Box 509
    West Haven, CT 06516-9904
    (800) 229-4200

    Nebraska Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition
    315 South 9th St., Suite 18
    Lincoln, NE 68508-2253
    (402) 476-6256

    New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women
    2620 Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Rd.
    Trenton, NJ 08690
    (609) 584-8107

    Pyramid Media
    P.O. Box 1048
    Dept. HG96
    Santa Monica, CA 90406
    (800) 421-2304

    Red Flag Green Flag Resources
    P.O. Box 2984
    Fargo, ND 58108
    (800) 627-3675

    Sage Publications
    2445 Teller Road
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
    order@sagepub.com

    Select Media
    60 Warren St., Suite 5A
    NY, NY 10007
    (201) 652-1973

    Sunburst
    101 Castleton St.
    P.O. Box 40
    Pleasantville, NY 10570-9807
    (800) 431-1934

    Transition House Dating Violence Intervention Project
    Cambridge, MA
    (617) 354-2676

    United Learning
    6633 W. Howard St.
    Niles, IL 60714-3389
    (800) 424-0362

    Wooden Publishing House
    5166 Shelburne Rd.
    Shelburne, VT 05482
    (802) 985-8458

     


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