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28 Days (DVD)
Summary: A high-flying party girl gets herself a DUI and 28 days in rehab -- and ends up
discovering that real happiness must come from within.

Alcohol & Alcoholism (DVD)
Summary: Viewers learn about the dangers of alcohol abuse and the signs and
symptoms of alcohol dependence through candid interviews with users, family members,
and medical experts. The many factors involved in the disease and its devastating long-
and short-term effects are highlighted and treatment options are explored.

Alcohol & Its Effects (DVD)
Summary: Describes the effects based on blood alcohol levels and length of use; the
neurochemistry of tolerance and withdrawal; emotional and physical reasons for drinking
and craving; genetic and environmental contributions to alcoholism; causes for different
levels of drinking; social effects of drinking; effects on the developing fetus, and
treatment and recovery strategies.

Alcohol: A Women's Health Issue (VHS)
Summary: Women in recovery and counselors discuss alcoholism, including its effects
on health and relationships

El Alcohol Al Volante Y Sus Victimas (VHS)
Summary: This video examines the effects of drunk drivers on the victims' families.
Family members and neighbors relate their struggles after sisters are killed by a drunk
driver. In Spanish.

Alcohol: Brain Under The Influence (VHS)
Summary: Explains how alcohol affects the brain, including why drinking alcohol is
pleasurable, how field sobriety tests work, how drinking styles affect blood alcohol levels,
and why driving skills become impaired.

Alcohol: La Sustancia, La Adiccion, La Solucion (DVD & VHS)
Summary: Los alcoholicos en recuperacion, un psicologo, y un medico hablan sobre las
causas y los efectos del alcoholismo y los desafios de la recuperacion. In Spanish.



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Alcohol The Substance, The Addiction, The Solution (DVD & VHS)
Summary: This program weaves dramatic personal stories of recovery from alcoholism
with the essential facts about alcohol itself, emphasizes the impact of using and abusing
alcohol in conjunction with other drugs, and educates about the dangers of this legally
sanctioned drug, including the myths of safer versions such as wine and beer.

Alcohol: Teenage Drinking (DVD)
Summary: Students get the facts on how alcohol affects the brain and body, with vivid
animations explaining how drinking impairs motor skills and judgment. The video
encourages viewers to ask hard questions about the risks and benefits of drinking,
highlighting some tragic personal stories with teen interviews and explanations from
experts.

Alcohol: True Stories (VHS)
Profiles four young people from diverse backgrounds who tell their true stories about
alcohol's impact on their lives.

Alcohol: What You Don't Know (VHS)
Summary: This segment of "In the mix" exposes the myths of drinking, the risks and
dangers of drinking, such as date rape, alcohol poisoning, and drunk driving.

Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story Of How Many Thousands Of Men And Women Have
Recovered From Alcoholism (VHS)
Summary: This is a signed language video of the third edition of the Alcoholics
anonymous story. It covers individual case studies and maps out the steps that can be
taken in order to recover from alcoholism.

Alcoholism And Related Mental Health Disorders (VHS)
Summary: It is increasingly recognized that many alcoholics suffer from co-morbid
psychiatric disorders. This increased awareness has lead to higher levels of treatment
for these disorders, often using new medications. This final video in the series describes
the biological basis of depression, anxiety and other important psychiatric disorders.
Explains the pharmacology of common classes of relevant medications. Discusses
treatment implications for an alcoholic with a co-morbid psychiatric disorder, treated or
untreated, from a brain-based perspective. From the series: Alcohol and the brain: the
complete professional's guide.

Alcoholism As A Brain-Based Disorder (VHS)
Summary: A stimulating and thought provoking look at the brain-based nature of
alcoholism. This first video in the acclaimed Amethyst Alcohol Series provides many of
the foundation concepts upon which the entire series will build - also stands on its own
as an introduction to the neuroscience of alcoholism. Introduces genetics and twin
studies, reinforcers and pleasure centers, and the importance of neurotransmitters on
both the neuronal and the whole brain level. Explains how animal research models have
provided critical keys to our understanding of alcoholism. From the series: Alcohol and
the brain: the complete professional's guide.

Assessing Alcohol Problems Using Motivational Interviewing (DVD)
Summary: Demonstration of and discussion on cognitive-behavioral motivational
interviewing techniques for assessing a patient's alcohol use. Motivational interviewing is


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a client-centered, directive method for eliciting intrinsic motivation to change by exploring
and resolving a person's ambivalence to change using open-ended questions, reflective
listening, and decisional balancing. This non-judgmental, non-confrontational
interviewing style is designed to minimize a patient's resistance. The goal is to construct
an interaction with patients so they feel comfortable discussing their risky or problem
behavior.

Athletes, Alcohol And Steroids: What's Wrong With This Picture? (DVD)
Summary: New research has indicated that school athletes, both male and female, are
at a greater risk of abusing alcohol and steroids than non-athletes. This program
explains why the risk is greater (media images, advertising alcohol with sports events,
peer pressure), and how knowledge about the problem can be a first step in reducing
athletes' alcohol and steroid use. Interviews with coaches, teens and professional
athletes highlight the problem and emphasize how alcohol use undermines sports
success. The medical health deficits of steroids are clearly presented as well as eye-
opening information that explains that steroid use causes breast development in boys
and acne and masculine hormones in girls.

Binge (VHS)
Summary: Discusses the trend of destructive drinking at younger ages, including the
stories of a 15-year-old recovering alcoholic and a man who educates teens about
alcohol advertising.

Binge Drinking And Youth: What Everyone Needs To Know (VHS)
Summary: Results from the 2003 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH)
show that 25 percent of Americans aged 17 reported binge drinking; by age 21 that
percentage increased to 48 percent. This program will reveal the subcultures and
behaviors that support binge drinking as well as highlighting prevention, early
interventions, and treatment options.

Binge Drinking: The Facts (VHS)
Summary: Video and resource book review definition, reasons and results of binge
drinking in youth

Bombed! (VHS)
Summary: This fast-paced documentary consists of three segments which illustrate the
legal, medical and emotional consequences of teen drinking.

Buzz In A Bottle: The Dangers Of Caffeine-Spiked Energy Drinks (DVD)
Summary: 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. Through interviews
with teens and health experts, this program describes the many physical effects that
these concoctions have and the risks of mixing them with alcohol.

A Call To Action: Changing The Culture Of Drinking At U.S. Colleges (VHS)
Summary: An overview of the NIAAA report entitled "A Call to
Action: Changing the Culture of Drinking at US Colleges." Dr. Raymond Kington narrates
a panel of the following speakers: Dr. Ralph Hingson speaks on the mortality and
morbidity of college drinking, Dr. Mark Goldman speaks on changing the culture of
college drinking and Father Edward Malloy speaks on the present culture of college



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drinking. Four University presidents share why they got their colleges involved in the
"Call for Action."

Calling The Shots (VHS)
Summary: Examines the images used by advertisers to sell alcohol. Presents a detailed
visual and conceptual analysis of why this advertising does much more than simply tell
the consumer what he can buy. Demonstrates how some advertising deliberately
disguises the warning signs of problem drinking and falsely links alcohol with precisely
those qualities--happiness, success, sexual fulfillment, prestige, athletic ability, creativity-
-that the abuse of alcohol diminishes and destroys.

Cirrhosis Of The Liver (VHS)
Summary: Describes the functions of the liver; details the effects of alcohol on the liver;
defines cirrhosis and its causes, and types of treatment available for the disease.

Connecticut And Underage Drinking: Partnering For Prevention (DVD)
Summary: This program focuses on the consumption and consequences of underage
drinking and ways to effectively address the issue by joining together state and town
elected officials, school personnel, youth serving community organizations, parents, and
youth in order to create a safer environment for all of Connecticut citizens.

Coping With An Alcoholic Parent (DVD)
Summary: Describes the impact of alcoholism on the family through the words of an
alcoholic in recovery, his spouse, and their daughter. Offers suggestions on how to
improve family life until the alcoholic can begin to help turn things around.

Don't Drain Your Brain: How Alcohol Damages The Brain (DVD)
Summary: This video uses lively animation and images of the human brain to deliver the
latest scientific findings about young people and alcohol. Viewers will learn that early
alcohol use causes serious damage to the brain and significantly reduces many
important brain functions that are necessary for young people to be successful in life.
Young teen presenters review important brain structures and explain how vital they are
to normal, healthy functioning: including thinking, moving, speaking, hearing and
smelling. Viewers get a chance see what actually happens inside the brain when alcohol
is consumed, and witness how normal brain functioning is short-circuited by alcohol.
Viewers will learn that the human brain continues to grow and develop until we are in our
early twenties. For Grades 3-6

Drinking Apart: Families Under The Influence (VHS)
Summary: This program tracks the progress of a husband and wife, a mother and
teenage daughter, and a young couple over a three-year period as they fight their way to
recovery. Candidly filmed at Ackerman, at Addicts Rehabilitation Center in New York,
and even in the subjects' homes, the documentary provides valuable insights into both
the devastating effects of drug and alcohol dependence on different types of
relationships and the methods being used to assist in breaking addictions.

DUI: The Hard Truth (DVD)
Summary: Looks at the deadly consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol or
illicit drugs.




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Dying High: Teens In The ER (VHS)
Summary: To remind teens that risk-taking behaviors can lead to serious injury or death,
this program shows what goes on in emergency rooms as doctors treat teens for drug
overdoses, alcohol poisoning, and traumas as a result of drunk driving.

Everything You Need To Know About Alcohol In 22 Minutes (DVD)
Summary: The program explores consequences of drinking. Young people who drink
are more likely to experience health problems, risks to their still-developing brains,
school problems and social problems. Alcohol is the chief culprit in many car crashes.
For women, it greatly increases the risk of getting pregnant. For those who drink during
pregnancy, the effects on the developing fetuses can cause problems that last a lifetime.

Fast Forward: An Alcoholic's Story (VHS)
Summary: In "A Christmas Carol" fashion, Alex "present" and "future" visit the future and
witness how drinking has shattered the hopes and dreams of Alex's youth. Upon his
return to the present, Alex reevaluates his life and begins a new future.

Impact: Driving Drunk, Driving High (VHS)
Summary: Illustrates the impact of drunk driving on our society. Addresses the effects of
alcohol and prescription drugs on a drivers' judgment and motor skills, and the
consequences of driving under the influence. Victims discuss how drunk driving
accidents changed their lives.

It Can Happen To Anyone: Problems With Alcohol And Medication Among Older Adults
(VHS)
Summary: Takes a candid look at the role alcohol plays in the lives of some older adults.

It’s Not An Accident: The Consequences Of Drunk Driving: A True Story (DVD & VHS)
Summary: Discusses the consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol or
drugs, getting into a car with an impaired driver, and failing to prevent a friend or loved
one from doing either of the above.

Lift It Up (VHS)
Addresses the connection between alcohol and violence, specifically the role alcohol
plays in assault, murder, child abuse, rape and emotional trauma.

Lost Childhood: Growing Up In An Alcoholic Family (DVD & VHS)
Summary: Children at a summer camp talk about living with an alcoholic parent. Fifteen
years later, some of the children, now adults, look back on their childhood and further
discuss the impact of alcoholism on their lives.

Making Of A Hangover (VHS)
Summary: Filmed under the watchful eyes of a team of researchers, this program tracks
the physical and psychological changes in seven volunteers -- three men and four
women, ranging in age from 21 to 34 -- as they drink with their friends in a bar.
Information is provided about alcohol's impact on the body, the worthlessness of
hangover remedies such as cold showers and coffee, the dangers of alcohol poisoning,
and genetic factors in alcohol addiction. Computer graphics demonstrate alcohol's
effects on the brain, stomach, heart, liver, and genitals.




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Michael’s Journey (VHS)
Summary: Children of alcoholics talk about growing up in an alcoholic home. A dramatic
skit illustrates the feelings of guilt, confusion and helplessness, which children of
alcoholics experience.

The Neuropharmacology Of Alcohol (VHS)
Summary: Describes the effects of alcohol at the brain and neuronal levels in an
engaging manner through the use of compelling, state-of-the-art 3D computer
animations combined with relevant scenes of real-life situations. Concepts such as
excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmitters and ion channels are introduced to describe
alcohol as a depressant drug. Shows alcohol's impact on specific brain areas to explain
how alcohol produces feelings of pleasure and impairs balance, coordination, reaction
time, and memory. From the series: Alcohol and the brain: the complete professional's
guide.

Next Door (VHS)
Summary: This documentary takes an intimate look at a suburban American family as
they try to come to terms with the alcoholism of their teenage daughter.

PARTY Prevent Alcohol Risks Today For Youth: Skits, Discussion Points And Facts
About Underage Drinking (DVD)
Summary: Developing a significant response to the critical issue of underage drinking,
students from Central, Fairfield Warde, Joel Barlow, Masuk and Trumbull High Schools
present PARTY (Prevent Alcohol Risks Today for Youth). A compilation of three skits
targeting students and parents, PARTY is an excellent tool to prompt conversation and
discussion among teens and parents. The open-ended questions and appropriate facts
following each skit will serve to educate, to build awareness and to modify behavior
among students and parents in addressing underage drinking.

Putting It Into Practice: Integrating Behavioral And Pharmacological Approaches To
Treatment (VHS)
Summary: This video expands upon information presented in the earlier videos in this
series to discuss the mechanisms of action and clinical value of both behavioral and
pharmacological treatments in terms of changes in neurochemistry and effects upon the
brain's reward pathways. Introduces the theme that biological and psychosocial
interventions can be integrated as a strong treatment strategy. Makes suggestions for
possible integration of these approaches. Discusses the application of this information to
the matching of clients to different treatment modalities. From the series: Alcohol and the
brain: the complete professional's guide.

Rape Under The Influence: Sexual Assault On Campus (VHS)
Summary: Documentary on the connection between acquaintance rape, alcohol, and
date rape drugs. Students witness the story of "Jenny," an actual survivor of a gang-rape
while under the influence of a date rape drug.

Real People: Talking About Alcohol (VHS)
Summary: Discusses the reasons people drink and the greater vulnerability of young
people to alcohol and alcohol addiction as compared to adults. Stresses the physical
harm to young bodies that alcohol poses, the risk young drinkers take that they might
end up having unwanted sex an STD, a pregnancy or other accident, the danger of
alcohol poisoning from drinking games.


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The Reward Model Of Alcoholism (VHS)
Summary: Introduces the reward model of alcoholism. Describes alcoholism as a
biomedical disorder linked to the rewarding effects of alcohol. Describes parallels
between animal models of alcoholism and human drinking behaviors. The basic
neurological concepts introduced in volume 1 of the series are expanded upon to
discuss the where, what and how of the reward pathways and pleasure centers in the
brain. Describes the ability of environmental events to activate reward pathways, and
explains how cravings and healthy behaviors can be substituted for alcohol and drinking
related behaviors. From the series: Alcohol and the brain: the complete professional's
guide.

Sedatives (DVD & VHS)
Summary: This program offers a summary of sedatives as a class of drugs and then
focuses on barbiturates, tranquilizers, alcohol, and narcotics.

Smashed: Toxic Tales Of Teens And Alcohol (VHS)
Summary: Provides information on alcohol's effects and its social implications.

Spin The Bottle (DVD)
Summary: By exploring the college party scene, Spin the Bottle shows the difficulties
students have in navigating a cultural environment saturated with messages about
gender and alcohol.

A Stone’s Throw (VHS)
Summary: Addresses adult behaviors toward alcohol and their influence on children,
communities and ourselves.

Sudden Impact: After The Crash (DVD)
Summary: Tells the story of the aftermath of an automobile accident caused by drunk
driving, focusing on the emotional, physical and financial toll on the victim.

Teens And Alcohol: Promoting Dialogue On Underage Drinking (VHS)
Summary: Program presents a town hall meeting on issues of underage drinking.

This Place (DVD)
Summary: In the U.S. alone, alcohol kills more kids than illegal drugs. Every year 1400
college students die from alcohol-related injuries. A user friendly alcohol environment
has slowly crept up on today's adults. For children, it is simply here. The videotape
depicts today's generation of youth and alcohol issues, how it is different from 20 years
ago and how communities today are fighting back.

Tolerance, Withdrawal And Recovery: The Chronic Effects Of Alcohol (VHS)
Summary: Takes the information presented earlier in this series further, to explain the
critical changes in brain chemistry that occur following chronic alcohol use. Describes
how the brain attempts to maintain normal function in the face of chronic alcohol
exposure. Explains the concept of "homeostasis" and its' involvement in chronic drinking
effects such as tolerance, rebound and withdrawal. Discusses the effects of changes in
brain chemistry with a focus on recovery and long-term abstinence. From the series:
Alcohol and the brain: the complete professional's guide.



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The Truth About Drinking (DVD & VHS)
Summary: Teens who are current drinkers see firsthand the consequences drinking may
have on a person's coordination, vision, and brain. Also includes a simulation of what
would happen if some of the teens died in an alcohol-related car accident (shows
parents reaction, driver being booked, coroner's office visit, and funerals).

Twelve Steps And Twelve Traditions (VHS)
Summary: This is a video in sign language of the Twelve steps and twelve traditions
guidelines from Alcoholics Anonymous.

Under The Influence And Out Of Control (VHS)
Summary: Offers guidelines for assessing when people are under the influence of drugs
and alcohol, and how to deal with their behavior.

Underage Drinking: Know The Facts, Know The Risks (DVD & VHS)
Summary: Examines the physiological effects of alcohol and relates the number of
deaths caused by alcohol abuse and drunk driving. Describes how alcohol can
permanently damage the adolescent brain and documents the risky trend of teenage
binge drinking which leads to alcohol poisoning. Also discusses the legal aspects of
underage drinking and drinking and driving, and explores how alcohol can be a gateway
drug to other illegal substances.

Zero Tolerance (VHS)
Summary: An 8-minute film about underage drinking in CT, and the Zero Tolerance law
passed in 1995, which makes it illegal for a teen to have a Blood Alcohol Concentration
of .02. Also provides information about parental liability for serving alcohol to teens.

Books

Adolescent Substance Abuse: Evidence-Based Approaches To Prevention And
Treatment / Carl G Leukefeld, Thomas P. Gullotta, Michelle Staton-Tindall, Editors
616.86 A240

Alcohol / Ellen Wijnberg
Summary: Discusses the legal, emotional, physical, and social consequences of teen
alcohol consumption.
Call Number: YOUTH 362.292 W631

Alcohol 101: An Overview For Teens / Margaret O. Hyde and John F. Setaro
Summary: Discusses alcohol use in the United States, including the physical effects, the
origin of the drinking age, societal mixed messages, and the sociological impacts.
Call Number: YOUTH 362.292 H994

Alcohol, Anger & Abuse: Understanding The Relationship Between Alcohol And Other
Drug Abuse, And Child Abuse And Neglect
Call Number: 362.76 B353

Alcohol: Cradle To Grave / Eric Newhouse
Summary: The author brings us face-to-face with the people often reduced to statistics --




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those touched by fetal alcohol syndrome, domestic violence, drunk driving, alcohol use
at school or work, etc.
Call Number: 616.861 N547

Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity: Research And Public Policy / Thomas Babor
Call Number: 616.861 A354ALC

Alcohol Problems In Adolescents And Young Adults: Epidemiology, Neurobiology,
Prevention, And Treatment / Edited By Marc Galanter
Call Number: 616.861 A354AD

Alcohol Problems In The United States: Twenty Years Of Treatment Perspective /
Thomas F. McGovern, William L. White, editors
Call Number: 616.861A354AP

Alcohol Use/Abuse Among Latinos: Issues And Examples Of Culturally Competent
Services / Melvin Delgado, editor
Call Number: 362.8468 A3542

Alcohol Use Disorders / Steven A. Maisto
Call Number: 616.861 M231

Alcoholism: Its Treatments And Mistreatments / Irving Maltzman
Call Number: 616.861 M261

Alcoholism: The Genetic Inheritance / Kathleen W. Fitzgerald
Call Number: 616.861 F553 2002

Alcoholism: The Science Made Easy / Addiction Technology Transfer Center
Call Number: 616.861 A354A

Altering American Consciousness: The History Of Alcohol And Drug Use In The United
States, 1800-2000 / edited by Sarah W. Tracy and Caroline Jean Acker
Call Number: 616.86 A466

Assessing Alcohol Problems: A Guide For Clinicians And Researchers / editors, John P.
Allen, Veronica B. Wilson
Call Number: 362.29163 A846 2003

Assessing Drug Abuse Among Adolescents And Adults: Standardized Instruments /
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Call Number: 362.29163 A8468

Be Vocal, Be Visible, Be Visionary: Recommendations For College And University
Presidents On Alcohol And Other Drug Prevention / The Higher Education Center for
Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention
Call Number: 378.1 B365

Behavioral Couples Therapy For Alcoholism And Drug Abuse / Timothy J. O'Farrell,
William Fals-Stewart
Call Number: 616.86 O31


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Table of Contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0659/2006006047-t.html

Big Book Unplugged: A Young Person's Guide To Alcoholics Anonymous / John R.
Call Number: YOUTH 362.29286 R

Brief Alcohol Screening And Intervention For College Students (BASICS): A Harm
Reduction Approach / Linda A. Dimeff
Call Number: 378.1 B849

Cognitive-Behavioral Coping Skills Therapy Manual: A Clinical Research Guide For
Therapists Treating Individuals With Alcohol Abuse And Dependence / dited by Ronald
Kadden
Call Number: 616.86 P964 VOL.3

College Alcohol Risk Assessment Guide: Environmental Approaches To Prevention /
Barbara E. Ryan, Tom Colthurst, Lance Segars
Call Number: REF 378.1 R9892

College Drinking: Reframing A Social Problem / George W. Dowdall
Call Number: 378.1978 D745

Combined Behavioral Intervention Manual: A Clinical Research Guide For Therapists
Treating People With Alcohol Abuse And Dependence / editor, William R. Miller
Call Number: 616.861 C729 NO. 1

Community How To Guide On Underage Drinking Prevention
Call Number: 362.2917 C728

Costs Of Underage Drinking / written by David T. Levy, Ted R. Miller, and Kenya C. Cox
Call Number: 362.2912 C837

Detoxification And Substance Abuse Treatment: A Treatment Improvement Protocol /
Norman S. Miller, Steven S. Kipnis
Also available online:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bookshelf/br.fcgi?book=hssamhsatip&part=A85279
Call Number: 616.86TIP NO. 45

Drug And Alcohol Abuse: A Clinical Guide To Diagnosis And Treatment / M.A. Schuckit
Call Number: 616.86 S384

Elderly Alcoholism: Intervention Strategies / by Michael Beechem
Call Number: 618.97 B414

Empowering Families, Helping Adolescents: Family-Centered Treatment Of Adolescents
With Alcohol, Drug Abuse, And Mental Health Problems / Wendy Snyder, Theodora
Ooms, editors
Call Number: 616.86 TAP NO. 6

Environmental Strategies To Prevent Alcohol Problems On College Campuses / written
by Deborah A. Fisher
Call Number: 362.2917 E61


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From Binge To Blackout: A Mother And Son Struggle With Teen Drinking / Chris
Volkmann and Toren Volkmann
Call Number: 616.861 V919

Getting Sober: A Practical Guide To Making It Through The First 30 Days / Kelly
Madigan Erlandson
Table Of Contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0718/2007020138.html
Call Number: 616.86 E69

Guide To Conducting Alcohol Purchase Surveys / written by Joel W. Grube and Kathryn
Stewart
Call Number: 362.2912 G946

Guide To Responsible Alcohol Sales: Off-Premise Clerk, Licensee, And Manager
Training / prepared by Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
Call Number: 362.2917 G733

Guidelines For The Treatment Of Alcohol- And Other Drug-Abusing Adolescents / S.
Kenneth Schonberg, consensus panel chair
Call Number: 616.86 TIP NO.4

Handbook Of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches: Effective Alternatives / edited by Reid
K. Hester, William R. Miller
Call Number: 616.861 H236 2003

Handbook Of The Medical Consequences Of Alcohol And Drug Abuse / John Brick,
editor
Call Number: 616.86 H236

Happy Hours: Alcohol In A Woman's Life / Devon Jersild
Call Number: 616.861 J55

Healing And Hope: Six Women From The Betty Ford Center Share Their Powerful
Journeys Of Addiction And Recovery / Betty Ford
Table of Contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy043/2003047041.html
Call Number: 616.86 F699

How To Reduce High-Risk College Drinking: Use Proven Strategies, Fill Research
Gaps: Final Report Of The Panel On Prevention And Treatment
Call Number: 378.1978 H847

Incorporating Alcohol Pharmacotherapies Into Medical Practice
Also available online:
http://download.ncadi.samhsa.gov/prevline/pdfs/SMA09-4380/SMA09-4380.pdf
Call Number: 616.86 TIP NO. 49

Inside A Support Group: Help For Teenage Children Of Alcoholics / Margi Trapani
Call Number: YOUTH 618.928619 T773




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Last Call: Alcoholism And Recovery / Jack H. Hedblom
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip077/2006103534.html
Call Number: 616.861 H452

Law Enforcement And Higher Education: Finding Common Ground To Address
Underage Drinking On Campus
Call Number: 362.2917 L415

Medical Management Treatment Manual: A Clinical Research Guide For Medically
Trained Clinicians Providing Pharmacotherapy As Part Of The Treatment For Alcohol
Dependence / Helen M. Pettinati
Call Number: 616.861 C729 NO. 2

Moments Of Clarity: Voices From The Front Lines Of Addiction And Recovery /
Christopher Kennedy Lawford
Summary: On February 17, 1986, after years of addiction and self-destruction,
Christopher Kennedy Lawford reached a turning point in his life, one that would mark the
beginning of his long road to recovery. In his New York Times bestselling memoir,
Symptoms of Withdrawal, he chronicled his deep descent into near-fatal drug and
alcohol addiction, and his subsequent hard-won journey back to sobriety, which he has
maintained for more than twenty years. The overwhelming response he received to his
book impressed upon Lawford the number of people struggling to find their own way
back from addiction and the need to share their stories. The histories gathered here are
the recollections of lives snatched back from the brink of a precipice so wide and deep it
threatened to engulf them.
Call Number: 616.86 L417

Motivational Enhancement Therapy Manual: A Clinical Research Guide For Therapists
Treating Individuals With Alcohol Abuse And Dependence / by William R. Miller
Call Number: 616.86 P964 VOL. 2

The National Judicial College Presents The Courage To Live Program: A Judicial
Outreach Program To Combat Underage Drinking And Driving, A Guidebook For Judges
Call Number: 363.12514 A284

No More Letting Go: The Spirituality Of Taking Action Against Alcoholism And Drug
Addiction / by Debra Jay
Call Number: 616.86 J42N

Open Doors: Alcohol Education In The Residence Halls
Call Number: 378.1 O64

Paying The Tab: The Economics Of Alcohol Policy / Philip J. Cook
Table Of Contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip074/2006036836.html
Call Number: 363.4 C771

Preventing Alcohol-Related Injury And Violence: Resources For Action / a project of the
Trauma Foundation
Call Number: 362.2917 P944A




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Preventing Alcohol-Related Problems On Campus: Methods For Assessing Student Use
Of Alcohol And Other Drugs: A Guide For Program Coordinators / William DeJong,
Henry Wechsler
Call Number: 378.1 D3274

Preventing Alcohol-Related Problems On Campus: Substance-Free Residence Halls /
Peter Finn
Call Number: 378.1 F5678

Preventing Problems Related To Alcohol Availability: Environmental Approaches:
Reference Guide / Prakash L. Grover, executive editor
Call Number: 362.2917 P944PR NO. 3

Promising Approaches In The Prevention Of Underage Drinking: Case Studies Of State
Activities: A Report
Call Number: 362.2917 P965

Promising Practices: Campus Alcohol Strategies Sourcebook / David S. Anderson, Gail
Gleason Milgram
Call Number: 378.1 P76 2001

Reducing Underage Drinking: A Collective Responsibility / Richard J. Bonnie and Mary
Ellen O'Connell, editors
Call Number: 362.2917 R321

Regulatory Strategies For Preventing Youth Access To Alcohol: Best Practices / written
by James F. Mosher and Kathryn Stewart
Call Number: 362.2917 R344

Rethinking The Campus Environment: A Guide For Substance Abuse Prevention /
Cathryn T. Goree and Lorand B. Szalay
Call Number: 378.1 G6663

Rising Above The Influence: A True Story About Alcohol, Drugs, And Recovery /
Stephen J. Della Valle
Call Number: 616.86 D357

Saying No Is Not Enough: Helping Your Kids Make Wise Decisions About Alcohol,
Tobacco, And Other Drugs--A Guide For Parents Of Children Ages 3 Through 19 /
Robert Schwebel
Call Number: 649 S412S

Setting And Improving Policies For Reducing Alcohol And Other Drug Problems On
Campus: A Guide For Administrators / William DeJong, Stacia Langenbahn
Call Number: 378.1 D455

Sober Siblings: How To Help Your Alcoholic Brother Or Sister--And Not Lose Yourself /
Patricia Olsen and Petros Levounis
Call Number: 616.86 D357




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A Social Norms Approach To Preventing Binge Drinking At Colleges And Universities /
by Michael P. Haines
Call Number: 378.1 H349

Sourcebook: Promising Practices: Campus Alcohol Strategies, Programs Of Excellence
For America's Colleges And Universities / David S. Anderson, Gail Gleason Milgram
Call Number: 378.1 P76

Strategies To Reduce Underage Alcohol Use: Typology And Brief Overview / prepared
by the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
Call Number: 362.2917 S898ST

Talking With College Students About Alcohol : Motivational Strategies For Reducing
Abuse / Scott T. Walters, John S. Baer
Table of Contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0516/2005020981.html
Call Number: 616.861 W235

Teen Alcoholism / by Hayley R. Mitchell
Summary: Discusses the effects of alcohol on the body, the reasons teenagers drink, the
problems caused by teenage alcoholism, and possible preventive measures and
treatments.
Call Number: YOUTH 362.292 M681

A Toolkit For Hispanic/Latino Community Groups: Organizing Hispanic/Latino
Communities For The Prevention Of Alcohol, Tobacco, And Illicit Drug Use /
Call Number: 362.2917 T671

Treating Alcohol Dependence: A Coping Skills Training Guide / Peter M. Monti
Table of Contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/guilford041/2002008926.html
Call Number: 616.861 T784 2002

Treating Alcohol And Drug Problems In Psychotherapy Practice: Doing What Works /
Arnold M. Washton, Joan E. Zweben
Call Number: 616.86 W314T

Treatment Of Adolescents With Substance Use Disorders / Ken C. Winters
Also available online:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bookshelf/br.fcgi?book=hssamhsatip&part=A56031
Call Number: 616.86 TIP NO. 32

Twelve Step Facilitation Therapy Manual: A Clinical Research Guide For Therapists
Treating Individuals With Alcohol Abuse And Dependence / by Joseph Nowinski, Stuart
Baker, Kathleen Carroll
Call Number: 616.86 P964 VOL. 1

Understanding And Treating Adolescent Substance Abuse / Philip P. Muisener
Call Number: 616.86 M953

Understanding The High-Functioning Alcoholic: Professional Views And Personal
Insights / Sarah Allen Benton
Call Number: 616.861 B475


                                                              Last update: March 2010
Undrunk: A Skeptic's Guide To AA / A.J. Adams; Foreword By Mel B.
Call Number: 362.29286 A211

Voices Of Alcoholism: The Healing Companion: Stories For Courage, Comfort, And
Strength / Edited By The Healing Project
Call Number: 616.861 V889

Wise Highs: How To Thrill, Chill, & Get Away From It All Without Alcohol Or Other Drugs
/ Alex J. Packer; edited by Pamela Espeland
Call Number: Youth 158 P119 2006

Women Under The Influence / the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at
Columbia University
Call Number: 616.86 W872

A Young Person's Guide To The Twelve Steps / Stephen Roos
Summary: Introduces twelve-step programs designed to help people recover from
substance abuse and other addictive behavior, using alcoholism as an example.
YOUTH 362.29286 R781Y


Curricula

101 Support Group Activities For Teenagers Affected By Someone Else's Alcohol/Drug
Use / Martin Fleming
Call Number: 101

The Addiction Workbook: A Step-By-Step Guide To Quitting Alcohol & Drugs / Patrick
Fanning, John T. O'Neill
Call Number: ADD

All Stars: The Adolescent Alcohol Prevention Trial / written by William B. Hansen
Call Number: ALL

Alternate Routes: An Alcohol Diversion Program / Laura Burney Nissen
Call Number: ALT

Children’s Program Kit: Supportive Education For Children Of Addicted Parents /
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance
Abuse Prevention
Call Number: CHI

Connections [Kit] / produced by the Office for Substance Abuse Prevention and the U.S.
Department of Education
Call Number: CON

Consequences Of Alcohol Use [Chart]
Call Number: CON




                                                                Last update: March 2010
An Elephant In The Living Room: A Leader's Guide For Helping Children Of Alcoholics /
Marion H. Typpo, Jill M. Hastings
Call Number: ELE

The Images Within: A Child's View Of Parental Alcoholism: An Alcohol Education And
Prevention Program For Children / Lynn T. Miller
Call Number: IMA

Know Your Body: A Comprehensive Health Education Program / American Health
Foundation
Call Number: KNO

Managing Your Alcohol Or Drug Program / Dennis C. Daley, G. Alan Marlatt
Call Number: MAN

The Matrix Model: Intensive Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Treatment / Richard A. Rawson
Call Number: MAT

Overcoming Your Alcohol Or Drug Problem: Effective Recovery Strategies / Dennis C.
Daley, G. Alan Marlatt
Call Number: OVE

Partners In Prevention: State Alcohol Agencies' Approach To Underage Drinking
Prevention
Call Number: PAR

Project Imani: Changing The Way The World Works For People: A Guide To Family-
Based Alcohol And Other Drug Education For Young Children / written by Tony Kneidek
Call Number: PRO

Prom Promise: School Program Manual / Nationwide Insurance & Financial
Call Number: PRO

Ready, Set, Listen [Game]
Call Number: REA

Too Smart To Start [Kit] / Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
Call Number: TOO

Understanding Alcohol: Investigations Into Biology And Behavior / William Boggan
Summary: A module to help students to understand how alcohol consumption affects
human health; to experience the process of scientific inquiry; and to recognize the role of
science in society and the relationship of basic science and human health.
Call Number: UND

Walking The Talk: A Program For Parents About Alcohol Tobacco And Other Drug Use
And Nonuse: Facilitator's Guide / Written by Roger Svendsen for the Minnesota Institute
of Public Health
Call Number: WAL




                                                                 Last update: March 2010

								
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