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R Videos

REAL TRUE & FALSE ABOUT ALCOHOL, MARIJUANA AND INHALANTS (THE)
This DVD is middle school specific and addresses the misperceptions that studens have about "gateway" drugs. High school narrators lead middle school students through an engaging "pop quiz" format. Middle schoolers respond, giving narrators the opportunity to dispel myths, share truths, and encourage younger students to choose a drug-free lifestyle. Emergency room doctors, law enforcement officers, and drug-free high school students support the teen guides with the strong, positive message: When it comes to alcohol and drugs, the vast marjority of teens "don't need 'em, don't want 'em, and don't use 'em." (2003, 15 min.) DVD
Selected Audience: Middle School Students

ROAD TO RECOVERY 2006
This Webcast, the first in a series of ten, serves as an informative introduction to the September 2006 Recovery Month observance. It helps individuals and communities nationwide discover how to become involved at the local level. "The 2006 Road to Recovery" features the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA's) Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) Director Dr. H. Westley Clark, CSAT Associate Director for Consumer Affairs Ivette Torres (program host), and recovery community representatives from across the Nation. (2005, 30 min) DVD
Selected Audience: Community, Parents