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Videos Beginning with "I"

I'LL QUIT TOMORROW
This three-part video tells the story of Steve Miller, his family, his employer, and their struggles around Steve's progressing alcoholism. Lacking knowledge about alcoholism, the family and employer react typically and enable the illness to progress. One form of intervention often used in employment settings is shown. (1975, Three 30-min. parts)
Selected Audience:   Staff at treatment centers/Families of alcoholics/Employers

IN THE SHADOWS: CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS
This video uses realistic dramatizations to examine the relationship of an alcoholic and his children. The characters are seen in four vignettes characteristic of the daily conflicts in the life of an alcoholic's family. (1989, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior and senior high schools/ PTO/Social service agencies/ Community organizations

INFLUENCES: INNOCENCE BETRAYED
Explore the devastating impact on society of a growing population permanently disabled by prenatal substance abuse. The film follows children and their guardians as they attempt to cope with baffling learning and behavioral disabilities. Educators show progress is possible through early intervention. (1992, 24 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high school to Adult

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

INTERVENTION, THE
A sequel to the video "The Enablers," this video picks up where the first video left off. Here the family takes positive action by initiating a recovery process for the dependent person, as well as for other family members. (1979, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   College/Adult

INTERVENTION: THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FRIENDS
This video offers information and strategies to friends and relatives of person's addicted to alcohol or other drugs. One option is the formal structured intervention. The second strategy is a heart-to-heart talk with the loved one. (1996, 17 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Friends/Families

INVISIBLE LINE, THE
This video tells the story of a teenager who started by drinking beer and wine, advanced to pot, then pills, and finally cocaine. (1988, 31 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens/Adults

IS THERE AN ELEPHANT IN YOUR SANCTUARY
This video provides information and inspiration to churches regarding establishing alcohol and other drug programs through their churches. It shows the "Elephant in the Sanctuary" project developed by the Presbyterian Church. (1989, 25 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Churches

IT NEVER WENT AWAY: VOICES OF HEROIN IN THE 90s
Recovering people talk about how heroin effected their family and friends as they lived lies and used people. How it cuts across all socioeconomic levels. It lists some of the famous people who overdosed from heroin. (1998, 11 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High school/Adult

IT WON'T HAPPEN TO ME (AIDS)
Directed toward teenagers and young adults, this video is an intimate, moving interview with a young mother who is HIV positive. Her preschool daughter is also positive, but her husband, the child's father is not. She tells of the great anguish she feels at being responsible for her daughter's condition because of having had unsafe sex as a teen. Most poignant of all is her feeling that the death of her daughter and herself will be meaningless unless their tragedy serves to convince others to change their behaviors. (1991, 13 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens/Adult

IT WON'T HAPPEN TO ME (ALCOHOL)
Many teens fool themselves when it comes to drinking alcohol. For a problem drinker like Martin, getting help required suspension from school and the prospect of jail. Forced to attend teen support group meetings, Martin begins to understand that alcohol is a drug, that no drug is "safe," and that he can no longer deny his drug problem. The program demonstrates how the "it won't happen to me" attitude frequently leads to addiction, and can block the way to recovery. (1988, 31 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens

IT'S NOT MY PROBLEM
John Bradshaw hosts this video which pierces the denial of the addictive family system and shows the family a way to their own recovery. Through information, stories and interviews of long-term recovering co-dependents, this shows the problems and offers hope. (1987, 32 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Co-dependents/Families