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Videos Beginning with "H"

HAIGHT-ASHBURY COCAINE FILM
This film details what cocaine is and how it manipulates brain chemicals. By using computer graphics, animation and personal interviews, the film demonstrates how cocaine inhibits the natural balance of the brain's chemistry and can replace basic survival mechanisms such as sleeping, eating, drinking, and the sex drive. (1985, 35 Min.)
Selected Audience:   General audiences

HALLUCINOGENS & DESIGNER DRUGS
This video looks at LSD and other hallucinogens: what they are, how they work, and the effects long and short-term. Also a look at the so called "designer drugs" that are gaining in popularity and share much in common with drugs of the 1960's. (1995, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Substance abuse staff/Parents/ Prevention professionals

HAS ANYBODY SEEN PHIL?
A drama about stress among teenagers is portrayed in this video. It is designed to help teenagers identify sources of stress in their lives and to explore positive alternatives for dealing. (1989, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teenagers

HAZARDS OF DRUGGED DRIVING
This videotape provides students with the information that they need to avoid drug use, protect themselves from others who use drugs, and respond appropriately when confronted with a situation which involves drugs or drugged drivers. (1987, 29 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High school students

HEROIN
This video discusses heroin's popularity increase with middle and upper-class teens, snorting, smoking and shooting, physical effects, addiction, and the not-so-glamorous symptoms of withdrawal. (1997, 18 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high/Adult

HIGH ON MYSELF
"High on Myself" is a rap video produced by 4H. The video features teenagers rapping an anti-drug message which also encourages kids to get involved in alternative highs. (1987, 4 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high/High school

HOOKED: A Gambler's Nightmare
"Hooked" is a powerful documentary on gambling addiction and how its abuse affects the family. There are many interviews with high-school students as well as the emotional story of how problem gambling affected two families. Designed for use by counselors trained to treat the problem gambler, this program is also useful in raising awareness with students about problem gambling. (1996, 15 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teen/Adult

HOW TO BECOME AN ALCOHOLIC
Guided by host Joe Dempsey, the viewer is provided with the key answers about alcoholism: What is it? Who gets it? When does it happen? Why does it only happen to some people? And finally, how does it happen? (1998, 13 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Middle School

HOW TO DEVELOP A COMMUNITY-WIDE ALCOHOL/ DRUG PROGRAM
Tape 1: Mobilizing Your Community - This video will show you how to: develop and maintain interest, develop and define the task force, work together, identify and reach your goals, and obtain funding. (32 Min.) Tape 2: Basic Guidelines for Effective Programs - This video will show you how past mistakes can be avoided. Adults have a part in helping young people, alcohol impacts teenagers, prevention and student assistance fit together, and that each system needs to help. (28 Min.) Tape 3: Helpful Programs for Each Part of the Community - Jim Crowley clarifies how each system or group can contribute to bringing more effective programs to young people. (28 Min.) (1988)
Selected Audience:   Community task forces

HOW YOU CAN ASSESS ENGINEERING CONTROLS FOR TUBERCULOSIS IN YOUR HEALTH CARE FACILITY
This video produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is public domain and therefore can be copied for noncommercial use. The objectives include controls for isolation, recommendations for waiting rooms, calculation of air change rates based on room volume and room exhaust, and selection, use and placement of HEPA filter units. A description of negative pressure for isolation rooms and a demonstration of how to use room pressure monitors is also included. Last the video will cover an estimation of room clearance times. (1998, 23 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Residential Treatment Centers

HUMOR YOUR STRESS: JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT!
Loretta LaRoche, the Master of Mirth, shows eight steps to enlightenment. Loretta finds ways to make you rethink and put your lives back into perspective. (1996, 60 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults