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Videos Beginning with "T"

TAKE CHARGE! WITH JEFF JAY
This videotape explains why Jeff Jay developed an audiotape program and handbook to guide family and friends in an intervention. You will learn how to recognize the signs of alcohol and drug dependency, how families and friends can help a loved one, ten common myths about addictions, proven techniques for families, and special advice for adolescents and older adults. (1995) Audiotapes
Selected Audience:   Family and friends

TALK TO EACH OTHER
Teaches teens to say no to peer pressure. It explains that too much, too soon is no good. Discusses in straight forward but non-controversial language the realities and responsibilities of sexuality, including using drugs to avoid responsibility. It teaches basic communication skills. It teaches kids how to recognize and evaluate feelings, and teens demonstrate basic communication skills and how to evaluate friendships. (1986, 44 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High school

TAYLOR TEEN PANEL ON ALCOHOL
Panel of teens discussing: accessibility, binge drinking, negative consequences, why kids start, and what can be done. (1995, 60 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Youth/Parents

TEACHING YOUR TEENS TO DRIVE
This video and handbook teach basic driving skills in 13 lessons to help parents with the Michigan Graduated License System. The handbook lists practical recommendation for the parent/coach. (1997, 50 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents of teens

TEARS, FEARS & JOY
Dealing with life-long illness can be difficult. People need to learn where they can turn for support. This video goes through the lives of several people with different types of illness and the mechanisms they use to cope. (1999, 16 Min.)
Selected Audience:   People with chronic illness

TEEN FILES: THE TRUTH ABOUT DRUGS
Hosted by Leeza Gibbons, a powerful program that graphically demonstrates to teens the effects of various types of drugs on their lives. The damage drugs do to their bodies is not always apparent, and today's teens often overlook the dangers they face when using, such as rape, homelessness, suicide, jail time, and the inability to focus and study. (1999, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens

TEENS AND METH - Running on Empty
This program is designed to educate young people on the facts of D-Methamphetamine abuse, rather than accepted peer lore and hearsay. The introduction is designed for teens to understand that Meth is not the answer to coping with rapid change and peer pressure. (1998, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teen/Young Adult

THE EPIDEMIC CONTINUES: KIDS, DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
Young recovering drug users recount their addictions and the stunning loss of social, intellectual and professional skills they have suffered from drug use. Statistical information is provided. (1992, 31 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior High/Adult

THERE IS HOPE
A well-known therapist explains the progressive stages of the disease with sensitivity and understanding. The symptoms and characteristics are discussed, illustrated and dramatized. The treatable nature of the disease and the offer of hope rehabilitation provides. (1987, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Alcohol treatment centers/Hospitals/Families/Friends of alcoholics

A THIN LINE: RECOGNIZING CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT BLACK CLIENTS
Culturally-based factors make the experience of addiction and recovery different for black clients than for white clients in treatment. Learn how to recognize, understand and address these issues. (1991, 31 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Substance abuse counselors

TOBACCO FREE YOU AND ME
This video empowers children to speak up against tobacco use and second-hand smoke. Students at an elementary school analyze cigarette advertising aimed at children, discuss the dangers of second-hand smoke and smokeless tobacco, and suggest ideas young viewers can do. (1994, 19 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Grades 4-6

TOBACCO FREE YOUTH PROJECT
This video shows the press conference held during the pilot "Tobacco Free Youth" project, a meeting with a store manager and television news. (1988, 70 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Community groups/Health care providers

TOGETHER: FAMILIES IN RECOVERY
This video depicts the problems of recovery and relapse prevention for families. At first families enter treatment and focus on what they can do to "help" their chemically dependent member. As recovery progresses, they often discover that they have their own recovery and relapse prevention issues to work on. (1990, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   audienceFamilies in recovery

TOUGH STUFF: REPORT ON ECSTASY
Sherry Margolis from Fox2- WJBK TV takes a look at the drug ecstasy. (2002, 4 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults, Parents

TRAP: SELLING DRUGS IN THE INNER CITY
What makes drug dealing so appealing to young men and women in the inner city? Hear former drug dealers talk about living in constant fear, living penniless when their "fast money" vanished, and losing the respect of their families and friends. (1993, 26 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high/Adults

TREATMENT ISSUES FOR WOMEN
The videotape represents an integration of research and clinical practice and addresses the physical, psycho-logical, and sociological needs of women. (1991, 22 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Treatment counselors

TROUBLE WITH TOBACCO, THE
This program explains why young people view smoking as appealing (advertising). The program then shows what smoking is really about. The expense of this addiction, many of the poisonous chemicals and the major diseases caused by tobacco use, including cancer, emphysema, heart disease and stroke. (1996, 14 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Pre-teens

TRUST IN YOURSELF
This documentary captures the essence of what it means to be the adult child of an alcoholic. By entering the lives of five "adult children" who struggle to overcome personal dilemmas, this video gives insight to feeling denial and confusion. (1988, 25 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adult children of alcoholics

TRUTH ABOUT INHALANTS
This video gives viewers the facts about inhalants, the fumes or vapors found in common household products. Shows how breathing them, can quickly damage body organs and even cause death. (1992, 15 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Grades 5-8

TULIP DOESN'T FEEL SAFE
This animated video for very young children is designed to help them develop "life skills" which can keep them safe in risky situations. It teaches that children are not responsible for adult's behavior. (1993, 13 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Preschool - Grade 3

TWEE, FIDDLE, AND HUFF
The story of Twee, Fiddle and Huff, and their parent's addiction to dancing with a genie in a bottle is a charming and non-threatening allegory that offers understanding and hope to young children living with parents affected by alcoholism and other addictions. (1990, 12 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Elementary children