We are a video production and distribution company located in the Hudson Valley of New York State. In these pages you will find the very best educational videos on addiction treatment, work-readiness, transition, women’s issues, gambling addiction, anger management, life skills and relapse prevention. Some of our programs are researched and produced by our own crew and the others are made by fine producers and addiction treatment specialists around the country. We think you’ll find them useful as teacher resources and educational materials.
We’re not the biggest of the addiction treatment educational materials suppliers. We don’t want to be, because we enjoy the personal contact with our customers. We want to offer the best in products and services, specializing in drug abuse/chemical dependency resources for treatment and recovery counselors. Let us know what you think of our efforts!
As a team, we’ve looked at and critiqued scores of programs in the fields of drug treatment, relapse prevention, behavioral health and family issues. Only the cream goes into our addiction treatment video catalog. If you have special needs or ideas for things you’d like to see in the future, give us a call or e-mail.
Some of you have been customers since we started this business in 1987 when Donna Boundy, social worker and co-author with Arnold Washton of “Willpower’s Not Enough”, got together with Bart Friedman, videographer/artist, and Tom Colello, mental health counselor and video producer, to create “Staying Off Cocaine” with Dr. Arnold Washton. Many more of you have come to know us through our NIDA-funded series, “Beat the Street: Clean and Sober in the City” which won awards from the National Educational Media Network and the New York International Film Festival.
Others of you have visited our booth and come to know us at addiction or corrections conferences and conventions around the country. Diane, who has a yen for travel and meeting new people is almost always minding the booth, sometimes accompanied by partners Donna, Tom or Bart. Diane is the person most of you have spoken with. She’s the one who puts out our trademark bowl of fresh carrots. So if you’re at a show where we’re exhibiting, and you get tired of the candy others hand out, come by for a nourishing treat. Also, tell us a joke at the show and receive a discount. Besides jokes, we love to hear about the new problems and successes you’re having. In the office back home we focus our attention on the things we’ve heard, and that’s what guides us as we plan new productions and put the catalog together.