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Paul Andis
Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services
Division of Mental Health
100 Fairoaks Lane 4-W-C
Frankfort, KY 40621
Phone: (502) 564-7610
FAX: (502) 564-9010
E-mail: pandis@mail.state.ky.us

  • State level development of community-based alternatives to institutionalizations for children and youth with severe emotional disabilities and their families. 
  • Services part of a system of care that is child-centered, family-focused, collaborative and culturally competent

Deborah J. Andrews
BEST Project, Utah State Office of Education
2500 E 500 S
Salt Lake City, UT  84111
Phone: 801-538-7566
FAX: 801-538-7991
E-mail: dandrews@usoe.k12.edu

  • behavior management dealing with difficult students
  • students with behavioral disorders

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Richard Barnum


James Bell


Sue Bowler
Department of Children, Youth and Families
Children's Mental Health and Education
610 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908-1935
FAX: 401-457-4511 


Mary Lynn Cantrell


Chloe Coney


Sherianne Cotterell
Youth and Family Program Development Division
Salt Lake City Corp
c/o Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center
855 W California Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Phone: 801-974-2420
FAX: 801-974-2401

  • community building
  • creating safe havens that are school and neighborhood based
  • program development and collaborative partnerships

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Andrea Criste
National Resource and Training Center
Boys Town USA
Father Flanagan's Boys Home
Boys Town, NE 68010
Phone: (402) 498-1596
FAX: (402) 498-1500
Email: cristea@boystown.org
Website: http://www.ffbh.boystown.org

  • providing staff development & consultation as well as program assessment services to educational programs - general education, K-12, alternative, special education and day treatment facilities. 
  • social skills training
  • fostering responsible student behavior
  • working with aggressive students
  • conducting functional assessments and analyses
  • LSCI training

Deborah Crockett
National Association of School Psychologists
1243 Willis Mill Road, SW
Atlanta, GA 30311
Phone: 404-753-3307
FAX: 404-758-9887
E-mail: preznasp@aol.com
Website: http://www.naspweb.org

  • tolerance and diversity issues
  • training parents to be effective with schools
  • gifted children:  special need gifted, minority identification, parenting issues

Raymond Crowel
East Baltimore Mental Health Partnership
1235 East Monument Street
Room LL50
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 614-4049
FAX: (410) 614-9597
E-mail: crowel@gwgwate1.jmhi.jhu.edu

  • develop cultural competencies in systems of care
  • promoting family participation in systems of care
  • violence prevention
  • trauma response

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