Andrew Kolodny, M.D.
781-736-4542
akolodny@brandeis.edu
His primary area of focus is the prescription opioid and heroin crisis devastating families and communities across the country.

Anthony Wolf, Ph.D.
413-567-4523
aaewolf7@aol.com
Covers Parenting.

Bernadette Wilton
Senior Drug Intelligence Officer
NY/NJ HIDTA Program
646‐489‐7990
bwilton@nynjhidta.org

Bobby Petrocelli
800-547-7933
bobby@10seconds.org
$1300 per program (or less if presenting more per day), usually can do 2-3 presentations per day; fee will include travel costs, but not lodging costs if necessary.
Covers DWI.

Branch out Against Anxiety
914-666-1373 (Amy Rosenfeld)

Bullying Prevention: Considerations for Children with Special Needs
914-332-1300
andrea.fallick@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Identify why bullying occurs, and the impact on the entire school community with a focus on children with special needs. Strategies for parents and schools to prevent bullying and to help children cope with bullying behaviors.

Bullying Prevention for Parents
914-332-1300
andrea.fallick@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Appropriate for elementary and middle school parents. Learn information on: social aggression; research based strategies to deal with bullying situations; gender differences; and specific suggestions to help your child.

Bullying Prevention: What Parents Should Know
914-332-1300
andrea.fallick@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Learn the effects of bullying on children who bully others, are targets of bullying, and bystanders. Learn strategies to help your children deal with bullying behavior.

Carlton Hall
contact@carltonhallconsulting.com
Topics include Strategic Prevention, Community Development, Public Health, Coalition Empowerment, and much more.

Carol Mann-Cohen, MSW
603-216-2849
carolmanncohen@gmail.com
Fee is $600 (may vary depending on presentation length), plus travel expenses.
Covers Parenting Issues (Developmental Issues, Problem Solving, and Values).

Children of the 80s and 90s Raising Children Today
914-332-1300
Serves Westchester County
Is your parenting style based on your parents’ rules and values? Your choices as a teen? Scientific research? Learn how to choose an effective parenting style and increase your effectiveness in preventing substance abuse and other risky teen behaviors.

Christopher Bartolotta
tb102165@aol.com
Covers Law Enforcement Techniques (i.e. Controlled Party Dispersal)

Crashed Car, RJT Motorist Services and Stop DWI
914-948-1100
No Fee
Covers DWI.

Creative Arts Team
212-652-2850
chris.tokar@cuny.edu
Covers Alcohol, Drugs, and Teen Issues.

Chris Memoli
memolichris@gmail.com
$750 per presentation. He is able to provide 3 presentations per day that could include an evening presentation to parents and if he is guaranteed 3 presentations (within one school or among multiple schools) in one day, the price is $600 per presentation. Travel costs will be additional, including travel from Suffolk County and a hotel should he stay more than one day.
Covers Making Good Decisions, Seatbelt Safety, and the Dangers of Drinking/Drugging and Driving.

David Pease
drpease39@yahoo.com
Covers Alcohol and Drugs.

Dan Lerner & Alan Schlechter “The Science of Happiness”
alanschlechtermd@gmail.com
achieve@daniellerner.com

Dirt – John Morello
413-267-5557 (Katy Cassano)
info@iamdirt.com
$2,220 per show, plus travel expenses
Covers Addiction.

Divine Pryor
347-869-6821
718-484-5879
drdpryor@gmail.com
$1500 for speeches; day events/workshops are negotiable

Drunk Driving Simulator
Contact: James Tiedemann of the Westchester County Police 914-864-7700. Pat Tomassi at Stop DWI may also be helpful: 914-995-4115
Send a letter on school letterhead, preferably from the principal, but can be from a teacher, outlining their request and a few dates to work with, giving at least 3 weeks lead time. Send to George N. Longworth, Commission-Sheriff Department of Public Safety, Westchester County, 1 Saw Mill River Parkway, Hawthorne, New York 10532, or fax (914)-864-7741. Emails are not acceptable.
Serves Westchester County
No Fee

Eric Triana
Acting Unit Chief
Diversion Control Division
Drug Enforcement Administration
202-307-7425
Eric.X.Triana@USDOJ.GOV

FACES (Maimonides Medical Center)
718-283-7861 (Andrew Gaines)
againes@maimonidesmed.org
Serves Westchester County
$600 (block booking is available)
Covers Self-Esteem, Peer Pressure, Racism, Male/Female Relationships, Teen Relationships with Violence, Rape, Self-Esteem, Violence, Drugs, Sex, and AIDS.

Four Winds Hospital
914-763-8151 ex. 2299 (Cathy Thornton)
cthornton@fourwindshospital.com
No Fee
Covers a variety of Mental Health topics.

Ginger Katz
www.couragetospeak.org
Speaker travels nationwide.
Covers Drug Addiction/Abuse.

Harriet Turk
901-489-4624
harriet@HarrietTurk.com

Hidden in Plain Sight
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Mock teen bedroom that parents browse through to identify drug references. New information about “old” drugs. Update on “illicit” street drugs. Update on legal substances abused by youth.

Hidden Mischief – Mock Teen Room
845-294-9000 (Jennifer Ocasio)
jocasio@adacinfo.com
Mock teen bedroom that parents browse through to identify drug references.

Hopes Door
914-747-0828 ext. 1014 (Kristen Orlando, Coordinator of “Love Shouldn’t Hurt” Teen Program)
Korlando@hopesdoorNY.org
info@hopesdoorNY.org
Presentations and Workshops for Teens on Domestic Violence and Healthy Relations.

How to Talk to Your Children When They Won’t Listen
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Ideas and techniques to enhance communication with your children.

Isabel Burk
845-638-3569
914-261-2694
isabel@healthnetwork.org
Fees depend on location, topic, and times.
Covers AOD Prevention, Inhalants, Prescription Drugs, Over-the-Counter and Herbal medications, etc.

Jacy Good – Hang-Up and Drive
203-270-1398 (Gina Wolfman)
gina@theteensage.com
Fees range, about $1600 for the day; 2-3 presentations, including an evening presentation can be offered per day.
Covers Distracted Driving.

Javier Sanchez – Chances and Choices
614-586-7946
614-586-7941
tmcknight@youthtoyouth.net
Fee is $3000, plus $500 travel per day. Can do up to 3 (one hour) presentations for this fee.
Covers “Living a Healthy, Safe, and Positive Life.”

Jeffrey Veatch
203-270-1398 (Gina Wolfman)
gina@theteensage.com
Fee is $1500 for the day including 2-3 presentations and an evening parent presentation.
He is a parent of a child who died from a drug overdose. He covers Substance Abuse Awareness and Prevention. Presentation includes music and a personal story.

John Halligan
802-578-8229
johnhalligan@ryansstory.org
Fee is $2500 per day, includes all expenses.
Covers Bullying, Cyber Bullying, and Teen Depression.

Jonathan Strongin, D.A.’s Office
914-995-3414

Journeys
914-248-8585 (Jim Sullivan, Guidance Counselor)
projectcommunitycares@gmail.com
Fee is $1000-1200 per day.
Covers Adolescence, Substance Abuse, COA, Death and Loss, Acting as Peer Role Models.

Juuls, Rips, and Clouds: Overview of Vaping
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Covers What parents need to know about vaping. “Show and Tell” of vape devices. Risks of youth vape use.

Katie Koestner
866-966-9013
inspire@campusoutreachservices.com
Fee Range is $1000-$5500.
Covers Sexual Assault, Alcohol and Other Drugs, Bullying, Cyber-Bullying, Stress/Anxiety, Mindfulness, and Healthy Relationships.

Lee Livermore
NY Upstate Poison Control Center
LivermoL@upstate.edu

Mark Sterner – Campus Speak
303-745-5545
info@campuspeak.com
Fee is $3500-4500, includes travel and 5 hours of engagement (typically 2 assemblies).
Covers DWI.

Matt Bellace
609-275-6047
matt@mattbellace.com
All travel expenses are included in the costs. $4000 for 4 programs (assemblies, workshops, or an evening event), $3500 for 3 programs (assemblies, workshops, or an evening event), $3000 for 2 programs (assemblies, workshops, or an evening event), or $2000 for 1 program (daytime or evening).
Covers Making Healthy Choices, Pursuing Natural Highs, Brain Development, Substance Abuse, and Behavioral Management.

Meghan DuBois O’Connor
POW’R Against Tobacco
Meghan.DuBoisOConnor@lung.org
Covers Tobacco, Vaping: Impacts, Prevention, and Policies.

Michael Nerney
518-624-5351
mcnerneyll@frontiernet.net
Costs $1800 for half of a day, $2300 for a full day.
Covers Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Biochemical Effects of Drugs, Current Trends in AOD use, Relapse Prevention, and Gender Issues.

Mike A
914-438-4762
Presents personal story related to recovery.

Motivational Media Assemblies
800-248-6040
LeeAGriffin@motivationalmedia.org
Normal cost is $775 for one middle or high school showing, $895 for two and elementary schools pay $675 and $795. However, if two schools book together, the cost drops to $625 per school, and each may have up to two showings. If four schools book, then it is $500 per school and up to two showings per school.
Covers Positive Attitudes, Self-Improvement, Substance Abuse, Peer Pressure, and Drinking/Drugging and Driving.

Mykee Fowlin – The World Is My Stage
973-625-1116
tessinbozard@mac.com
Costs $2000 for one performance, $3500 for two.
Covers Race, Discrimination, Violence Prevention, and Personal Identity.

My Sister’s Place
914-358-0333
No Fee
Covers Domestic Violence Issues.

NY Council on Problem Gambling
council@nyproblemgambling.org
Covers Problem Gambling: Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Topics.

Office of Drug Prevention and Stop-DWI
914-995-4115 (Pat Tomassi)
Serves Westchester County
Covers Drug Prevention and DWI.

One Love Foundation
www.joinonelove.org
Covers Dating/Domestic/Partner Violence (Escalation Training).

Parenting Teens in Stressful Times
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Learn how to set limits, provide consequences, and improve communication. Help your teen with coping skills to manage social pressures and conflicts. Learn how to prevent substance use.

Parenting Your Middle School Aged Child
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
What were they thinking? Learn information to help you understand your child’s behavior, attitudes and emotions. Effective communication with your child. Setting limits to reduce risks and increase protective factors for your child.

PEACE OUTside Campus
914-347-4411 (Kathleen Bonistall)
info@peaceoutsidecampus.org
No established cost, but a donation is requested.
Covers the Promotion of Peaceful and Safe Living Environments in Off-Campus College Communities Nationwide.

Preventing Problems with Peers: Promoting Positive Relationships
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County

Project Rewind
914-813-8158
914-374-4610
Cost is $50 per classroom presentation, $100 for assemblies of 100 or more. Maximum of 6 presentations a day. Currently 3 presenters on staff.
Covers Alcohol Toxicity presentation by ER nurses.

Raising Resilient Children
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Learn factors which promote resiliency and reduce risks for unhealthy teen behaviors. Discuss challenging situations faced by parents and students and learn skills to address these issues (academic pressures, drug use).

Raising Teens and Tweens in Today’s World
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Covers current research about youth behavior, as well as risks for adolescent alcohol and drug involvement, including affluence, stress, and gender issues. Learn how to set limits which reduce risks and increase protective factors for youth. Learn strategies to talk with children about difficult issues (alcohol/other drugs, curfew).

Rick Adam
Encore Performing Arts
631-423-0747
Cost starts at $700 for single presentation, $1000 for two. 5 presentations maximum per day and travel is included.
Covers Self-Esteem, Substance Abuse Awareness, Bullying, etc.

Risky business
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
This panel program focuses on teen health and safety issues and can include: an adolescent medicine physician; an adolescent mental health practitioner; a substance abuse prevention professional and/or a bullying prevention expert from Student Assistance Services, a local youth officer, and/or an internet safety speaker.

Rollover Simulator
845-677–7300
Covers Seatbelt Safety.

Ron Taffel PhD
www.rontaffel.com
Covers Parenting.

Rye Youth Council Players
914-967-3838
udamann2@aol.com
Covers Lower Westchester
Fee starts at around $600, but is negotiable.
Covers Bullying and Peer Pressure.

Save-A-Life Tour
888-655-7263
Covers Impaired Driving Prevention.

Say Something Beautiful
646-397-5663
info@SaySomethingBeautiful.com
Costs $1200 for 2 daytime student presentations, plus $400 for an additional daytime presentation.
Covers Bullying.

Screaming with Pleasure Productions
413-585-0633
educationinmotion@gmail.com
Costs about $1000, plus travel expenses, but they are negotiable if there is more than one performance in a school (block booking available).
Covers Alcohol, Tobacco, Drugs, and Bullying.

Shaun Derik
DreamSong
614-586-7941
614-586-7946
tmcknight@youthtoyouth.net
Costs $3000, plus $100 travel per day. Can do up to 3 (one hour) presentations for this fee.
Covers Being Mindful of Negative Influences and Treating Others.

Shelby’s Rules
530-524-4252
allenfamily7810@sbcglobal.net
Parents speaking about a teen alcohol party.

Social Pressures: How to Talk with Your Children
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
This event includes brief presentations by representatives from Student Assistance Services on: current trends in adolescent substance use; research on adolescent development; factors which can increase or reduce teen involvement in high risk behaviors; and parenting strategies. Parents then divide into small discussion groups lead by representatives from Student Assistance Services.

Stephanie Marquesano
CODA/Harris Project Presentation
914-980-6112
Parent’s story of a young adult who died from a drug overdose. Includes discussion of co-occurring disorders.

Stephen Hill
Speak Sobriety
www.speaksobriety.com
Covers Substance Abuse.

Steven Benvenisti, Esq.
(800) 529-2000
www.contractforlife.org
steven@dsslaw.com
A lifesaving 50 minute program for teens which has successfully ended teen drunk/drugged driving.

Student Assistance Services Corp.
914-332-1300
sascorp@aol.com
Serves Westchester County
Covers Bullying Prevention, Substance Abuse, Parenting, Hidden in Plain Sight, Vaping, Gambling Prevention.

Suniya Luthar
914-310-1102
Suniya.Luthar@asu.edu
Costs $5,000, plus expenses.
Covers Students in High Achieving Schools.

Survive the Drive
860-806-3042
loriz@survivethedrive.org
Costs $500 for a half day (up to 3 presentations).
Teen Driver Safety Program

Susan Brownbill-Vega
914-995-6317
Serves Westchester County
Covers Internet Safety, Cyberbullying, and Drug Awareness.

Teens, Parents, Drugs, and the Law
Ellen Morehouse at SAS
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Covers Health and Legal Consequences of Underage Drinking and Drug Use.

Terence Houlihan, M.S.Ed, CRS
917-841-7537
hec@surviveyourteens.com
Costs $750 per hour presentation, $1800 for half day workshop, and $2500 for full day.
Explanation of the Brain, Body, and Behavior During Adolescent Development.

TFAC-Tobacco Free Action Communities in Ulster, Dutchess, Sullivan
www.tobaccofreeactioncommunities.org
Covers Tobacco and Vaping Impacts, Prevention, and Policies.

Tom Grimes
New York’s Finest Speakers
NYPD
646-269-8861
Costs $975.
Covers Internet Safety, Cyberbullying, and Drug Awareness.

Tom Kersting
tom@tomkersting.com
Covers Technology and Digital Influencers on Youth.

Ty Sells
Youth to Youth International
614-586-7946
614-586-7941
tmcknight@youthtoyouth.net
Costs $3000, plus $500 travel per day. Can do up to 3 (one hour) presentations for this fee.
Covers Alcohol and Drugs.

What Every Parent and Student Should Know About Prom Night and After
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
A panel of experts (district attorney, judge, police officer, physician, and representative from Student Assistance Services), addresses the legal and health consequences of teen substance use. Skits performed by students or scenarios read by a moderator can be included, making the program appropriate for students and parents together. Scenarios portray issues that arise with the prom and parties. A panelist from the Taxi and Limousine Commission is included.

Wilkie Wilson, Ph.D
919-949-8063
wawilson@duke.edu
Costs $4000, plus expenses from North Carolina; there may be a discount for multiple schools.
Covers Drugs.

Youth Gambling: What Parents Should Know
914-332-1300
judy.mezey@sascorp.org
Serves Westchester County
Covers Prevalence and problems associated with youth gambling.