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Videos Beginning with "P"

PARENTING WITH HUMOR (IS IT POSSIBLE?)
This video by Loretta LaRoche, teaches parents ways to incorporate more joy and humor into parenting on a daily basis. Designed to promote the concept that parenting is a serious job, but you can do it. (1994, 65 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents

PARTNERS IN RECOVERY: CREATING SUCCESSFUL PRACTITIONER - CONSUMER ALLIANCES
This 18 minute video directed at therapists helps the professional look objectively at the fundamental building blocks of an effective practitioner. (2001, 18 Min
Selected Audience:   Therapists

PARTNERSHIP FOR A DRUG-FREE AMERICA PSAs
Anti-drug public service messages for TV spots. These 10 - 30 sec clips can be used to help change adolescent perception of drug danger and social disapproval. This video also includes Project Graduation. (1991, 22 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Students/Parents

PARTNERSHIP FOR A DRUG-FREE AMERICA PSAs
Anti-drug public service messages for TV spots. These 10 - 30 sec clips can be used to help change adolescent perception of drug danger and social disapproval. This video also includes the "Nothing Happens" marijuana spot. (1993, 5 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Students/Parents

PARTNERSHIP FOR A DRUG-FREE AMERICA PSAs for 1998
The Partnership for Drug-Free America has included 29 public service announcements that were aired the summer of 1998. (1998, 12 Min.)
Selected Audience:   All ages

PARTNERSHIP FOR A DRUG-FREE AMERICA PSAs REEL
Twenty-seven anti-drug public service messages for TV and 5 radio spots. These 10 - 30 sec clips can be used to help change adolescent perception of drug danger and social disapproval. (1997, 20 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Students/Parents

PARTY'S OVER, THE
The Party's Over is a visually intense, emotionally honest portrait of the intervention process - - the true stories of three former addicts. We see family members in denial, recognizing the problem, deciding to act, finding the interventionist, selecting and gathering the participants, establishing the rules of the intervention, rehearsing and finally, the intervention itself. (1991, 45 Min.)
Selected Audience:   College/Adult

PERFORMANCE EDGE, THE
This video is fast paced and packed with information about topics like physical performance, peer pressure, secondhand smoke, and tobacco and alcohol advertising. The leader's guide features questions to encourage discussion and critical thinking. (1995, 9 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens

PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF COCAINE, THE
This discussion of cocaine's effect upon bodily systems is designed for professionals and includes physiological and psychiatric toxicology information that can help chemical dependence counselors respond to the increasing numbers of cocaine addicts being admitted to treatment.(1984, 20 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Doctors/Nurses/Paramedics/Law enforcement officers/Psychologists/Therapists

PIECES OF SILENCE
This is the true story of the Subby family telling the story about how their mother's alcoholism affected their lives. Robert Subby, now an addictions counselor, gives educational information between flashbacks to his family's early years. (1988, 56 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adult children of alcoholics/ Substance abuse professionals

POISONING YOUR CHILDREN: THE PERILS OF SECONDHAND SMOKE
The Surgeon General, a pediatrician and an environ-mental pollution expert all give testimony to make a convincing case against secondhand smoke. Real-life examples underline the seriousness of this health hazard. (1994, 12 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High School/College/Parents

POST ACUTE WITHDRAWAL
Post Active Withdrawal (PAW) is caused by the long-term after effects of chronic alcohol and drug poisoning on the brain. Terence Gorski and Jan Black discuss the most recent methods for recognizing and managing PAW. Tape 1 - Recognition (30 Min.) Tape 2 - Management (30 Min.) (1988)
Selected Audience:   Professionals/Recovering chemically dependent persons

POWER OF CHOICE, THE
In this 12-part PBS television series, comedian/teen counselor Michael Pritchard helps young people discover that they have the power of choice, that they are responsible for the choices they make, and that they owe it to themselves to choose the best. Tape 1 - The Power of Choice (60 Min.) Tape 2 - Acting on Your Values (30 Min.) Tape 3 - Self Esteem (30 Min.) Tape 4 - Coping with Pressures (30 Min.) Tape 5 - Drugs and Alcohol, Pt 1 (30 Min.) Tape 6 - Drugs and Alcohol, Pt 2 (30 Min.) Tape 7 - Drinking and Driving (30 Min.) Tape 8 - Sex (30 Min.) Tape 9 - Friendship and Dating (30 Min.) Tape 10 - Depression and Suicide (30 Min.) Tape 11 - Communicating with Parents (30 Min.) Tape 12 - Raising Your Parents (30 Min. (1988)
Selected Audience:   Grades 6-12

PREGNANCY ON THE ROCKS
This video examines the effects on the child of limited, as well as excessive, use of alcohol during pregnancy, in a sensitive and humanistic manner with emphasis on education and self-determination by the viewer. (1984, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Women considering pregnancy, or who are pregnant and their spouses

PRESCRIPTION DRUGS: MISUSE, ABUSE & ADDICTION
This video begins with 7 minutes of public service announcements from the Partnership of a Drug-Free America. Then several substance abuse professionals form a panel to discuss prescription drugs. The panel answers questions via the phone from two satellite conference. (2001, 120 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens and adults

PREVENTION DOLLARS AT WORK
This video is an interactive guide for computer software that allows prevention organizations to apply for funding and/or look at their program systematically. This valuable guide uses a prevention ladder model with each rung on the ladder representing an important aspect of prevention: costs of ATOD abuse, expenses, project results, projected savings from prevention. (1995, 9 Min. & 4 - 3.5" disks)
Selected Audience:   Community groups/Prevention organizations

PREVENTION WORKS! HOW TO MAKE IT WORK IN YOUR COMMUNITY
This documentary/training video was produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA's) Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. The program illustrates what substance abuse prevention is, what makes it most effective, and how it is being put to work by organizations nationwide. (1995, 42 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Community groups

PROCESS OF RECOVERY, THE
Dr. Claudia Black lectures on the next step in the healing/mending journey for children of alcoholics. This video gives seven points for recovery. (1987, 50 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adult children of alcoholics

PSAs FROM ONDCP 2001
The Office of National Drug Control Policy launched a public service advertising campaign to encourage participation in community anti-drug coalitions and drug-prevention across the country. This audiotape and video contain four messages titled "I Can Help," and "Scare Tactics." (2001, 2 Min.)
Selected Audience:   All ages

PSA's - MACOMB COUNTY PREVENTION COALITION
These public services announcements were created by Macomb County youth. Many of them focus on drinking and driving or tobacco issues. (2000, 15 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Middle School & High School Students