This playlist contains videos that highlight successes in underage drinking prevention, share ideas, and support local prevention communications efforts throughout 20 States.
This video series features prevention leaders and researchers discussing their approaches to preventing substance use and related behavioral health problems.
This playlist contains seven videos that aid parents, caregivers, and educators in best practices for talking with children about the dangers of alcohol and underage drinking, tobacco, and illegal drugs. It also includes videos on how to become a better listener, how to overcome communication barriers, and how to communicate to your child family rules and expectations.
SAMHSA 8th annual Prevention Day in February 2012 included five Voices of Prevention videos, which featured a variety of SAMHSA grantees and the important prevention work they are doing in their communities. The grantees highlighted included: the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Prevention FaaSamoa Project in American Samoa, the Northern Arapaho Tribe's Indian Country Methamphetamine Initiative (ICMI) Project in Wyoming, the Arizona State University Campus Care Suicide Prevention Program in Arizona, the Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) Healthy Connections program in New York, and the Johnson City Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative in Tennessee.
Stories of Hope and Recovery: A Video Guide for Suicide Attempt Survivors features the stories of three people: Jordan Burnham, who survived an attempt in his teens; Terry Wise, who survived an attempt in her thirties; and David Lilley, who survived an attempt in his forties. Told through the voices of these individuals, their families, and the professionals in their support network, each inspiring story recounts one person's journey from a suicide attempt to the life of hope and recovery he/she is leading today.
Developed jointly by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255), this video guide is intended for use by medical and behavioral health professionals to encourage attempt survivors to seek care after an attempt, when they remain at high risk of suicide. This guide also can be used to help families, friends, and others better understand and support attempt survivors as they work toward recovery. All viewers can find hope in these real-life examples of those who survived an attempt and found joy and purpose in their renewed lives.