Causes, Treatment & Prevention Of Drug Abuse Training Video

National Institute of Drug Addiction. Drug Abuse: Meeting the Challenge. NTIS A17166VNB1, 1987. Causes, treatment and prevention of drug abuse are explored. …
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24 Comments on "Causes, Treatment & Prevention Of Drug Abuse Training Video"

  1. Denise Goddard
    10/03/2014 at 9:04 pm Permalink

    for treatment for herion

  2. Denise Goddard
    10/03/2014 at 9:56 pm Permalink

    drug and medical treatment on herion

  3. rosaryfilms
    10/03/2014 at 10:22 pm Permalink

    NikoKun, did you watch the entire video?

  4. rosaryfilms
    10/03/2014 at 11:21 pm Permalink

    mandygcruz, hello — good to hear from you! Thank you very much for your
    comments! Congratulations on your good works with your patients! Regards…

  5. Bud90
    10/03/2014 at 11:51 pm Permalink

    Just say no! lol..

  6. Obiwannatokie
    11/03/2014 at 12:42 am Permalink

    You don’t think nicotine replacement works? Do you understand how nicotine
    physically addicts a person?

  7. rosaryfilms
    11/03/2014 at 1:39 am Permalink

    BlindLed, thank you very much for your comments!

  8. ChoofMonster
    11/03/2014 at 2:32 am Permalink

    My first impression, too. Schuster has a Ph.D in psychology, which in this
    case is OK – NIDA is a purely political instrument. In the 1980s, the
    primary treatment for ‘drug abuse’ was the revolving-door one-size-fits-all
    12-step program; at least this video shows attempts to change this monopoly
    with individual treatment and properly evaluated medicines.

  9. ChoofMonster
    11/03/2014 at 2:32 am Permalink

    From the side panel: “Nicotine patches or gum… can help persons addicted
    to nicotine.” This was a marketing ploy to sell snake-oil to desperate
    addicts. Nicotine replacement has never been proven to work. Zyban
    (Wellbutrin) worked for me, but I could only get it for 90 days (it is
    approved for smoking cessation in Australia, not as an antidepressant).

  10. NikoKun
    11/03/2014 at 2:59 am Permalink

    “10. Treatment does not need to be voluntary to be effective. Sanctions or
    enticements in the family, employment setting, or criminal justice system
    can significantly increase treatment entry, retention, and success.” How
    horrible. Clearly this training video from the 80s, isn’t valid anymore, as
    we already know that such forced treatment, often only leads back to
    addiction. And you must also be aware, that forced treatment, skews the
    statistics, and forces some people who didn’t need treatment.

  11. ontherunfrommyself
    11/03/2014 at 3:16 am Permalink

    LOL 😉 TRUE

  12. NikoKun
    11/03/2014 at 4:09 am Permalink

    I will. My comment was based on the description, and a quick overview of
    the video.

  13. Suevtres
    11/03/2014 at 4:49 am Permalink

    I really wanted to watch this but it is so boring . Get to the fucking
    point. Most if the speakers are drugged or need to be .

  14. DarthMink
    11/03/2014 at 5:24 am Permalink

    I’m sure people use drugs for different reasons but I know a lot of people
    do them just because they like to get high. You can’t just generalize a
    single reason why every drug user in the entire world does what they do but
    I think the majority of people who do drugs do so basically because either
    they like the way they feel when they’re high, or because they liked the
    way drugs made them feel at one time but now only continue to use because
    they’re addicted.

  15. DarthMink
    11/03/2014 at 6:16 am Permalink

    people do drugs because they like them and like the way they make them
    feel. there, i solved the big mystery.

  16. murbones
    11/03/2014 at 6:38 am Permalink

    I use nicotine replacement every time I quit smoking and it works every

  17. NikoKun
    11/03/2014 at 6:57 am Permalink

    Not saying we shouldn’t send people with serious drug problems, to
    treatment… But some of the methods described here, remind me of the
    brainwashing and molding techniques that a cult uses on it’s members. But a
    bigger problem, is probably that so many people are forced into rehab
    treatment, when they didn’t need it; Simply because the Judge didn’t know
    any better, or had a moralist ego above the accused.

  18. happinesson
    11/03/2014 at 7:23 am Permalink

    drug abuse ruins our future. say No to Drugs! This video really educates

  19. mandy cruz
    11/03/2014 at 7:31 am Permalink

    hi rosaryfilm.. its been a long time… i truely glad for you video.. i
    hoping to see more of your helpful video.. i always watching your video to
    share it with my patient here in the philippines. your a blessing to us.

  20. turboeddy
    11/03/2014 at 8:12 am Permalink

    @DarthMink people do drugs to hide behind the things they dont want face in
    life .drugs are a armour to hide behind a defence mechanism

  21. OpenComments
    11/03/2014 at 8:33 am Permalink

    What kind of religious organization kills pets? Former CoS agent Steve
    Fishman confirms that CoS attorney Ken Moxon ordered OSA agents Lenny
    Leibowitz and Clarice Guidice to drown a dog. Through a coordinated effort,
    Lenny and Clarice managed to arrive at Judge Ronald Swearinger’s
    (Scientology vs Wollersheim) house. Lenny threw the Collie “Duke” into the
    pool and “sat on the dog” until the dog drowned. Just one of many examples
    of Scientology killings pets to intimidate.

  22. rosaryfilms
    11/03/2014 at 8:40 am Permalink

    NikoKun, did you watch the entire video? There is no obligation to watch
    the entire video. I just think it would help with your comments if you
    watched the entire video.

  23. camelhopper
    11/03/2014 at 9:30 am Permalink

    So if it’s a public health issue, why do they send people to jail instead
    of a hospital>

  24. DarthMink
    11/03/2014 at 9:55 am Permalink

    You don’t think that people do drugs because of how good they make them
    feel? That’s fucking ignorant.

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