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This DVD is both helpful and hopeful in the treatment of those with co-occurring disorders.
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Introduces youth to strategies for staying sober while coping with...
After months of treatment, incarceration or both, most clients believe...
Communities across the country are in the midst of an opioid epidemic. Revised in 2016, this CD-ROM/DVD reflects the latest thinking and offers the most-effective resources for communities to use in the fight against heroin and other opioids. Raise awareness, affect policy, prevent addiction, and ultimately improve the health and safety of your community.
Patricia O'Gorman, a leading specialist in family recovery, addresses the main issues...
When transitioning out of incarceration, individuals face many barriers to a successful reentry. This video series guides individuals through the essential steps they’ll need to take to overcome challenges and pursue long-term success and fulfillment after their incarceration.
When transitioning out of incarceration, individuals face many barriers to a successful reentry. Part of the Road To Reentry 5-Part video series, this DVD guides individuals through the essential steps they’ll need to take to overcome challenges and pursue long-term success and fulfillment after their incarceration.
For families, the pain of living with a loved one's addiction can lead to shame, secrecy, and isolation...
Staff training for understanding the "madness" of the today's addicts.
A Set Discount is available when both titles are purchased.
For families of the chemically dependent...
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"It's impossible not to be touched..." - New York Times
Eight parents wrote this gripping play about their wrenching experiences dealing with their children's addictions.
This DVD and CD-ROM gives young people ages 12-18 an understanding of the different drugs of abuse, the neurobiology, symptoms and consequences of use, tools to resist, knowledge of available help and an understanding of treatment and the concept of ongoing recovery. Also included is a CD-ROM featuring reproducible topic-specific materials.