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ADDICTION - HBO SERIES discs 1 & 2
The Supplementary Series from HBO What is Addiction? Understanding Relapse The Search for Treatment The adolescent addict Interviews with NIDA director, researchers, school of medicine Getting Addict into Treatment Treating Stimulant Addiction Opiate Addiction Drug Court A Mother's Desperation
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ADDICTION - HBO SERIES discs 3 & 4
The Supplementary Series from HBO What is Addiction? Understanding Relapse The Search for Treatment The adolescent addict Interviews with NIDA director, researchers, school of medicine Getting Addict into Treatment Treating Stimulant Addiction Opiate Addiction Drug Court A Mother's Desperation
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ALTERNATIVES TO SPANKING
These five interactive DVDs, featuring multi-cultural families teach parents alternatives to hitting children and what they can do instead to get the cooperation and behaviors they desire. They are designed for the Nurturing Parenting Programs® but can be used with any parenting program that promotes non-violent parenting practices. These DVDs are meant to encourage families and communities to develop nurturing attitudes and parenting practices by providing positive, non-violent discipline for parents to use with their children. Titles include: Red, White and Bruises 15 min I'm Only Doing This for Your Own Good 40 min This Hurts Me More Than It Hurts You 45 min My Way or the Highway 16 min Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child 15 min (2005)
Selected Audience: PARENTS

BENNY AND THE 'ROIDS
The dangers of taking steroids is the focus of this revealing drama of an aspiring high school football player. Benny, it seems, is going nowhere fast on his current training program. Football is his life, and he wants it to continue into the pros. To him, steroids are the only means to get the recognition required to fulfill his dreams. He gets bigger and better, but the negative side effects of the drug outweigh the good, and his dream ends up shattered. (1988, 25 Min.) Selected Audience: Junior/High school students
Selected Audience: Junior/High School students

BRANDON TELLS HIS STORY
Brandon Silveria tells his story of the terrible price he has paid for a stupid choice he made when he was seventeen. Brandon had a few drinks at party, managed to drive his friends home, then wrapped his car around a tree. He spent two and a half months in a coma, and several more years in rehabilitation. His speech is slurred, his walk is unsteady, his memory is permanently impaired. Most of all, you'll see how many lives can be changed forever by one irresponsible decision. (2004, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience: Teens

COCAINE
"Thank God I went to jail because I know I would have used it until I died." Dave, a hidden addict who abused cocaine for ten years, went from a long standing job as police officer to a jail sentence. Now on probation and in a resident rehabilitation program, Dave is making progress. (1987, 8 min.)
Selected Audience: Alcohol tx centers/Hospitals/Families & friends of alcoholics

DRUG BABIES

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DRUGGED DRIVING THE ROAD TO DISASTER
Intoxicated teen drivers are responsible for 18% of motor vehicle deaths each year. Alcohol abuse is a major factor, but teen drivers' abuse of over-the-counter drugs, prescription drugs and marijuana is rising at an alarming rate. (2009, 25 mins) DVD Suggested Audience: 9th grade through College
Selected Audience: 9TH TO COLLEGE

GETTING READY TO TEST: A Review/Preparation Manual for the Written Prevention Sp
This manual is to provide the Prevention Specialist with guidance for the IC&RC written examination process. It provides review materials that will assist you in your preparation. By providing you with background information on examination development, review materials, and sample questions, your preparation for the Internal Examination for Prevention specialist can be enhanced.
Selected Audience: Prevention Specialists

MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING
This educational 3 disc DVD includes interactive instructional material and clinical vignettes from mental health, medical, addictions, and correction settings. Following each vignette, material is discussed in the context of the core principals and skills of motivational interviewing. Each DVD is 60 minutes in length.(2009)
Selected Audience: Counseling or treatment centers/mental health professionals

SEEKING SAFETY: A Treatment Manual for PTSD and Substance Abuse
The manual is divided into 25 specific units addressing a range of different cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal domains. Each topic provides highly practical tools and techniques to engage patients in treatment; teach
Selected Audience: Therapists

SEEKING SAFETY: A Treatment Manual for PTSD and Substance Abuse
The manual is divided into 25 specific units addressing a range of different cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal domains. Each topic provides highly practical tools and techniques to engage patients in treatment; teach
Selected Audience: Therapists