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Chemical Highs: Flakka and the Rise of Synthetic Drugs (cc)

This program offers a sobering view of what happens when young people experiment with synthetic drugs like Flakka, K2, Molly, and bath salts. Substance abuse counselors, medical doctors, and former addicts all explain the dangers of synthetic drugs. Viewers learn that these synthetic drugs impact the brain, induce horrifying hallucinations and paranoia, and ultimately lead to addiction and even death. The video program and accompanying Teacher's Resource Book deliver a powerful and clear "no use" message.

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Grades 7-College   17 min.   2016   DVD-5052

 

Grades 7-College
Drug Education for Teens/Club Drugs, v. 3

Ecstasy, GHB and ketamine are among a number of 'designer drugs' that are often taken by teens at clubs, parties and all-night raves. Club Drugs gives viewers an opportunity to get an in-depth look at the effects these drugs have on the user, both physically and mentally. First-person accounts powerfully relate the damaging and often lethal consequences of use, while vivid animations illustrate how these drugs can irreversibly alter the chemistry of the brain.
Grades 7 - College             23 min.              2003                 DVD-73   Spanish Language Track

Grades 7 - College
High on Spice: The Dangers of Synthetic Marijuana

In this hard-hitting program, viewers learn the dangers of a newly banned drug called Spice or K2. Until December 2010, Spice was legally sold around the country as incense (“not for human consumption”) in convenience stores, head shops and on the Internet. Hundreds of ER visits and calls to poison control centers nationwide prompted the DEA to categorize Spice as a Schedule I substance. Although now illegal, Spice continues to be abused by teens who assume the herbal mixture—which is sprayed with various synthetic cannabinoids—is a substitute for marijuana. Viewers hear from young adults who were hooked on Spice with scary and sometimes life-threatening results including terrifying anxiety attacks, hallucinations, escalated blood pressure and addiction. The program also interviews drug counselors and law enforcement personnel who emphasize the dangers of experimenting with any substance that contains unknown quantities of experimental chemicals. Program clearly and memorably lays out the truth about this unpredictable drug and its potential to cause great harm.

Grades 7 - College             13 min.              2011            DVD-5042

Grade 7 - Adult
Know Your Dose

The Know Your Dose campaign is bringing together healthcare professionals, retailers, manufacturers, caregivers, and others to help spread the word on how to appropriately use acetaminophen. From the healthcare professional's office to the pharmacy counter to health clinics, our goal is to help the public recognize and understand how to appropriately take medicines containing acetaminophen.

Air a 30-second educational video in English (or a two-minute animated video in Spanish) in waiting rooms, clinics and health fairs.

 

http://www.knowyourdose.org/order

 

Adult   30 seconds   2013   DVD-

Know Your Dose/Spanish

 

The Know Your Dose campaign is bringing together healthcare professionals, retailers, manufacturers, caregivers, and others to help spread the word on how to appropriately use acetaminophen. From the healthcare professional's office to the pharmacy counter to health clinics, our goal is to help the public recognize and understand how to appropriately take medicines containing acetaminophen.

Air a 30-second educational video in English (or a two-minute animated video in Spanish) in waiting rooms, clinics and health fairs.

 

http://www.knowyourdose.org/order

 

Adult   2 minutes   2013   DVD-8026

MOLLY: Innocent Name, Deadly Drug (cc)

Molly, a pure form of Ecstasy or MDMA, is the new, hot drug of choice for many young people who falsely believe the drug is safe. Often handed out at raves and cut with a variety of dangerous substances, Molly is exposed as the grave danger that it really is. Interviews with former Molly users and  drug abuse experts drive home the message that taking Molly is playing Russian Roulette with your life.

 

Preview a three minute clip here: http://www.hrmvideo.com/catalog/molly-innocent-name-deadly-drug

 

Grades 7-College   20 min.   2013   DVD-5045

NOW/Montana Meth Project & Meal Plan (cc)

When Tom Siebel, a billionaire software developer and part time Montana resident, learned the devastating effect methamphetamine addiction was having on the big sky state, he decided to use his successful marketing techniques--and 20 million dollars from his own wallet--to "un-sell" the deadly and highly addictive drug. It's called the Montana Meth Project. NOW's David Brancaccio talks with the venture philanthropist about blitzing the state with stark and shocking ad campaigns designed to drag meth use out of the shadows and get into the faces of kids. The results are promising, and his idea is spreading around the country.

http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/335/video.html

 

Also on the show, a business model focusing on ethnic foods that's creating local jobs for Boston's inner city.

High School/Adult   30 min.   2007   DVD

The Overdose Epidemic: What Can Be Done to Stop It? (cc)

The spike in drug overdose is alarming and dangerous—it has become an epidemic in many communities across the country. Why is this happening? This program takes a hard look at drug overdose from three points of view—an ER doctor, a pharmacologist, and several teens who have overdosed and lived to tell about it. Viewers learn the most lethal drug overdose happens when users combine various drugs that can cause almost instant death. The program includes vital information on how to recognize drug overdose in others and how to get immediate help.

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Grades 7-College   20 min.   2015   DVD-5090

Grades 7-College