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Videos Beginning with "L"

LAAM: ANOTHER TREATMENT FOR OPIATE ADDICTION
Shows how LAAM can be used to meet the opiate treatment needs of individual clients from provider and patient perspectives. Compares and contrasts LAAM with methadone. (1995, 15 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Substance abuse counselors

THE LAST TO KNOW
Nearly one-half of the estimated ten million alcoholics in this country are women, yet their special problems are totally ignored. Concealed by families, protected by friends and physicians, these women are kept invisible. They are often the last to know. (1984, 45 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high/Adults

LETíS HELP YOUTH STAY DRUG FREE
Part 1: New Goals, New Resources - This is a national teleconference, by SAMHSA, CADCA, CSAP and National Guard. A panel of professionals answer questions and guide the discussion to direct parents and professionals to goals and resources. (117 Min.), Part 2: Building Healthy Youth: Strategies and Services - This national teleconference discusses consequences, the law, peer pressure, attitudes and other issues that surround substance use. Risk and protective factors associated with substance use is another area covered. ALL STARS Program, Dare To Be You, and The Boys and Girls Club are some programs highlighted. Grants awarded and incentive programs available dealt with in this video. (120 Min.) (1997)
Selected Audience:   Parents/Professionals

LIFT IT UP
A riveting six-minute video that draws a straight line between alcohol and violence. It tackles the controversial issue of the role alcohol plays in assault, murder, child abuse, rape, emotional trauma, and physical violence. Starting softly -through poetry - the video unmasks the immensity of the issue. (1995, 6 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Community groups

LIVING IN BALANCE
With colorful animated graphics presented through state of the art electronics, this program explains how basic right/left brain dominance relates to alcohol/drug use, stress, adolescent/parent problems, and a host of other conditions caused by imbalance. It sets the stage and challenges the viewer to explore personal balance. (1985, 20 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adolescents/Substance abuse professionals

LIVING IN BALANCE
In three separate parts, Living in Balance provides information on lifestyle skills that enhance health, relationships, and self understanding. It provides tools and techniques that help prevent stress, substance abuse, and self destruction. (1985) Part 1 - Overview (20 Min.), Part 2 - Peer Pressure, Fear Pressure (21 Min.), Part 3 - Alternatives (28 Min.), Part 4 - Body Parts (60 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior-senior high/Adult

LOADED WEAPON
Eighteen-year old high school senior Brian Wilder drinks too much after his friends bully him into joining several rounds of a drinking game. The same night, another high school senior, Alexandra Vincent, is studying at a friend's house. Alex calls to say that her car has broken down on the freeway. At that moment, Brian Wilder is weaving his way home along the same freeway and crashes into the car. The impact of the crash kills Alex. (1992, 22 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high/Adult