Summary: A documentary on "deinstitutionalization" of the mentally ill in the United States, including the problems of community mental health care and a look at three successful community alternatives that provide supportive after-care for discharged mental patients
"Sponsored by the Alzheimer Society of British Columbia"
With supplementary material
Summary: This documentary looks at Alzheimer's Disease through the eyes of five families. It is developed along the lines of a support group, following the course that a family goes through when one of its members has Alzheimer's
Summary: Making It Back shows the operation of the Green Door, a "clubhouse" rehabilitation program for the "mentally restored" in Washington, DC. Discusses the purpose and importance of clubhouses, emphasizing the creation and support of employment opportunities, and cooperation between community employers and rehabilitation programs. Just Like Me and You features mental patients who have successfully re-entered the work force. Featured are the Transitional Employment Program of Fountain House, and N.I.M.H.'s Projects with Industry. Discusses why employment is important to recovery, and ensures employers that the "mentally restored" can make good employees
Summary: Sexual abuse prevention program for children aged 6-12, with introduction for parents. Parents' section discusses the nature and scope of child sexual abuse, providing them with information and skills to protect their children. Children's section teaches the recognition and expression of "yes" and "no" feelings, awareness and avoidance of potential assault by a stranger, preventive responses to sexual abuse by a relative or other trusted adult. Presented by members of Green Thumb Theatre group and a classroom of children, using skits and songs