Vancouver Coastal Health

Let 'em go : how to support youth in creating their own solutions

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog116630
Author
Breland, Kim
Tupker, Elsbeth
West, Paulette
Addiction Research Foundation (ARF)
Call Number
WM 270 L38 1998
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Let 'em go : how to support youth in creating their own solutions
Alternate Title
How to support youth in creating their own solutions : learning from the Street-Involved Youth Harm Reduction Project (SIYHRP)
Author
Breland, Kim
Tupker, Elsbeth
West, Paulette
Addiction Research Foundation (ARF)
Place
Toronto
Publisher
Addiction Research Foundation, a division of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Year Published
1998
Physical Description
x, 64 p. : ill ; 25 cm
Subjects
Harm reduction - In adolescence
Substance abuse - In adolescence
Format
Booklet
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
WM 270 L38 1998
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Flipping the world [videorecording] : drugs through a blue lens

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog117109
Author
Simpson, Moira (director)
National Film Board of Canada
Odd Squad Productions Society
Call Number
V 660 [2000]
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Flipping the world [videorecording] : drugs through a blue lens
Author
Simpson, Moira (director)
National Film Board of Canada
Odd Squad Productions Society
Responsibility
producers, Gillian Darling Kovanic, George Johnson
Place
Montreal
Publisher
National Film Board of Canada
Year Published
[2000?]
Physical Description
1 videocassette (30 min.)
Subjects
Substance abuse - In adolescence
Substance abuse - Vancouver, BC
Substance abuse - Prevention & control
Abstract
Flipping the world is a half-hour film inspired by Through a blue lens, and was created for a younger audience. Seven Vancouver high school students investigate drug addiction as they talk to police officers and watch video clips from Through a blue lens. The teens also talk to recovered addicts and people still struggling with a drug habit. The culturally diverse group of teenagers voice a range of opinions about addiction that evolve as they learn more about the tragedy of drug abuse. A user' guide is printed on the videojacket.
Ages 13 and up
Format
Video
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
V 660 [2000]
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