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Inhalants

EDUCATE: CREATING INHALANT ABUSE AWARENESS TOGETHER
"Huffing" or "sniffing" is the deliberate concentration of inhalation of common products. This video provides adults with important information about this dangerous and potentially deadly abuse. (1998, 16 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents

INHALANTS
This video addresses the documented increase in the usage of inhalants: common household products whose toxic fumes provide an instantaneous "rush" or 'high." Education of these products emphasizes ingredients as poisons not as drugs. (1996, 20 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Grades 5-8

INHALANTS CHANNEL 2 NEWS STORY & PSA
Fox 2 provides a mini report on Inhalants. The access to these drugs is readily available at local stores to kids through "Get High" kits. These kits contain whip-its (nitrous oxide) balloons, and cracker. (2000, 6 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents/Adults

JETS: IF YOU SNIFF TO GET HIGH
Musical group Jets talk and sing about inhalants. (1990, 8 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Upper elementary

THE REAL TRUE & FALSE ABOUT ALCOHOL, MARIJUANA AND INHALANTS
This DVD is middle school specific and addresses the misperceptions that student have about “gateway” drugs. High school narrators lead students through an engaging “pop quiz” format. Middle students 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 majority of teens “don’t need ’em, don’t want ‘em, and don’t’ use ‘em. (2003,15 Min.) DVD
Selected Audience:   Middle School Students

TRUTH ABOUT INHALANTS
This video gives viewers the facts about inhalants, the fumes or vapors found in common household products. Shows how breathing them, can quickly damage body organs and even cause death. (1992, 15 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Grades 5-8

WASTED BREATH: KIDS ON INHALANTS, A
This video talks directly to kids about the dangers of inhaling common, legal household products and substances. Kids describe their own experimenting with substance abuse, creating emotional and physical damage. (1992, 19 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Grades 4-12/Parents