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Videos Beginning with "K"

KIDS AND ALCOHOL DON'T MIX
The Cosby kids practice for an important soccer game and meet Peter, a super soccer player. On the day of the game, Peter arrives at half time drunk. Ashamed and drunk, he grabs the keys to his parent's car and speeds away - - only to crash into a traffic pole and taken to a juvenile detention home. When Fat Albert visits him there, he introduces Peter to Mark, a recovered teenage alcoholic. With Mark's help, Peter joins a therapy program. (1985, 14 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high

KIDS AND DRUGS - WDIV News Story
Students talk about how they feel about the drug issue. What are the answers for kids and drugs; should we educate, find a common ground, or is Zero Tolerance the answer? Carman Harlen asks several questions. (2000, 58 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High school/Adults

KIDS OUT OF CONTROL
This program discusses today's too frequent scenarios: an eighth grader whose drug use completely altered his personality; a young girl who became severely depressed because of work, school, and familial pressure; and a teenage rape victim who ran away from home, attempted suicide, and became addicted to drugs. The program helps viewers to determine whether a child is in need of help, (1993, 25 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Youth intervention providers

KISSING GUILT GOODBYE
In this video, Earnie Larson teaches us the nature and power of guilt to limit the quality of recovery: guilt, shame, and avoiding guilt. (1991, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Recovering persons