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Videos Beginning with "C"

A CHALLENGE TO CARE: STRATEGIES TO HELP CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN
This video features clear, compelling graphics and interviews with a wide range of experts who present specific, practical interventions. The program includes methods for approaching women at risk, the impact of drugs, signs of chemical dependency during labor and delivery, etc., and treatment options. (1990, 38 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Health care providers/Social workers/Students

ONE TOO MANY
A moving and tragic drama of teenaged drinking and driving. The story centers around four high school students, friends who begin dating. With increasing frequency, one of them spoils the evening for the others with his insistence on drinking and driving --until one night it ends in death. (1985, 20 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Senior high

OVERCOMING FEAR
In this recovery video, Ernie Larson teaches how to understand and overcome fear in its many faces: the definition of fear, confronting learned fear response to reality and, how to diminish the power of fear to control our lives. (1991, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Recovering persons