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  • Big Changes, Big Choices:
    SAYING NO TO ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUGS (dvd)

    For grades 5-9

    DVD with Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 12 volume DVD series, BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES

    This program presents and reinforces anti-drug attitudes and teaches practical techniques for saying "no" to our friends without appearing to be uncool. In addition to the specific matter of drug use, we examine the issue of peer pressure - both positive and negative - and figure out how to tell the difference. We consider why it's important to resist negative peer pressure, and what that has to do with taking charge of our lives.Read more
  • CHOOSE LIFE or CHOOSE METH (dvd)

    for Grades 9-College

    DVD with Teaching Guide

    This five-time national award-winning documentary contrasts over four-dozen positive health education messages against the harm that methamphetamine causes.Read more
  • The Power of Choice: COPING WITH PRESSURES (dvd)

    For Grades 9-12

    DVD with Printable Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 12 volume DVD series THE POWER OF CHOICE

    Host Michael Pritchard talks with high school students across America about the pressures they face, from academic competition to peer acceptance to parental expectations. In small group dialogues, they grapple with ways of keeping pressure in perspective and handling it in a manner that serves their best interests.Read more
  • The Power of Choice: DRINKING and DRIVING (dvd)

    For Grades 9-12

    DVD with Printable Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 12 volume DVD series THE POWER OF CHOICE

    Comedian/youth counselor Michael Pritchard visits with teenagers in Los Angeles, Nashville, and Madison to discuss how to stay out of (or get out of) drinking/driving predicaments and still be cool.Read more
  • The Power of Choice: DRUGS & ALCOHOL - Part 2 (dvd)

    For Grades 9-12

    DVD with Printable Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 12 volume DVD series THE POWER OF CHOICE

    Michael Pritchard and high school students around the country examine how chemical abuse damages relationships, what you can and cannot do about it, and how to respond when a chemically dependent person asks you for help.Read more
  • The Power of Choice: THE POWER OF CHOICE (dvd)

    for grades 9-12

    DVD with Printable Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 12 volume DVD series THE POWER OF CHOICE

    In this program comedian/youth counselor Michael Pritchard visits high schools in San Francisco, Denver, New York City, and Biloxi, Mississippi to show young people how to be V.I.P.'s - to use Vision, Initiative, and Perspective as tools for making good choices.Read more
  • You Can Choose!: SAYING NO (to smoking) (dvd)

    for grades K-5

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 10 volume series You Can Choose! (dvd)Missie Mouse has to choose whether to say no to a friend or do something she knows is wrong. When Missie's best friend, Rhonda, tries to pressure her into smoking cigarettes, Missie agonizes over her options before finding that there are ways to say no without ruffling Rhonda's feathers.Read more
  • Buzz in a Bottle: The Dangers of Caffeine-Spiked Energy Drinks

    for Grades 7-College

    Video Teacher's Resource Book and Student Handouts

    With the lure of an over-the-counter jolt, kids are consuming more energy drinks than ever before and in many cases mixing them with alcohol. This program arms kids with the facts and gives a strong “no-use” message with particular emphasis on the real health risks of too much caffeine and the grave danger of combining alcohol and caffeine-spiked drinks.Read more
  • Drug Facts Action Pack

    for Grades 4-8

    Videos with Teacher's Resource Book and Student Handouts

    This fact-filled drug education program uses a mix of teen hosts, kids talking about real-life experiences, animated characters and creative skits. The videos are filled with fascinating facts, as well as concrete ways to resist peer pressure, to make good decisions and to avoid dangerous situations. Each video models positive behavior by featuring an outstanding student who has faced drugs but resisted and steered clear of danger. While the presentation is fast-paced and entertaining, the message is unmistakable: Drugs are dangerous and deadly.Read more