Werner Schneider describes the drug problem in Frankfurt, Germany and how this led to a drug program implemented in Frankfurt in 1992. He describes how 6 crisis centres for addicts are linked to other programs such as a needle exchange program. A very detailed description of how the drug program was developed, implemented and how it operates on a daily basis.
Includes pamphlet on questions to ask before and after watching the video
A powerful video in which teens are shown the effects that alcohol can have on co-ordination, vision, reaction time, the brain & other organs. 2 teens visit the Medical Examiner as he conducts an autopsy on 2 car accident victims - one of whom was an alcoholic. They visit bereaved parents & family to see the effects of losing a loved one to drunk driving. The video ends with a realistic simulation of the deaths of 3 teens who are passengers of a drunk driver. They attend their own funerals and see their parents read farewell tributes.
A Medical Officer of Health, Public Health Nurses, designer, evaluator and 2 clients describe the early intervention program designed by Capital Health in collaboration with Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission. A program to help assess drinking habits for people whose use of alcohol is starting to cause problems in their lives.
Anyone who comes into contact with the public may face various types of disruptive behavior: threats, crying, yelling, sexual harassment, destruction of property, assault or other conduct that could pose a threat to physical safety. Cooling Out will help you learn to manage these types of situations.
Aimed at intermediate students (grades 6-7). Discusses advertising of tobacco and alcohol, peer pressure, and how kids are influenced by the examples set by adults. Also discusses the "steps of addiction": occasional use, habitual use, dependence, addiction.
Examines the root causes of F.A.S. from the perspective of aboriginal mothers. The video focuses on a FAS support group whose members provide strong messages about consuming drugs or alcohol while pregnant. The video is aimed at aboriginal men and women who are thinking about having a child, but may still be dealing with their addiction problems.
This video explains the different features of bipolar disorder and the interactions between mania and depression and chemical dependency. Examples illustrate the importance of medication, abstinence, and spirituality to achieve and maintain emotional or psychiatric stability and sobriety.
This video details the lives of eight parents who have experienced mental illness while raising a family. Most of these parents have faced enormous obstacles from homelessness, addictions, legal difficulties and hospitalizations yet have maintained a positive and loving relationship with their children. The video discusses the problems these adults face as people with mental illness and as parents who feel stigmatized by social, legal and familial systems. The people profiled in the video discuss how their illnesses have affected their ability to parent, and describe their commitment to rebuilding their most important relationships
Part of A toolkit for counsellors: helping children whose parents have a mental illness, produced by the Justice Institute of British Columbia for the Vancouver Community Mental Health Service
Audience: High school students. Explores some of the issues facing young men today as they struggle to define themselves amidst the flood of media-tenerated images of male physical perfection. Young patients grapple with problems such as steroid abuse, eating disorders, exercise addiction.