The Salvation Army Booth College of Mission consists of the School for Officer Training – with campuses in Upper Hutt, New Zealand, and Suva, Fiji, the School of Bible and Mission, the Centre for Leadership Development, Youth Mission Training, and an Early Childhood Education Centre. Our mission is: ‘To inspire and enable men and women to develop the knowledge, skills, spirit and character to sustain and advance the mission of Christ in today’s world.’
CHCAOD005 Provide alcohol and other drugs withdrawal services from Booth Online on Vimeo.
CHCAOD001 Work in an alcohol and other drugs context from Booth Online on Vimeo.
FACE THE MUSIC FOUNDATION IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION USING THE POWER OF MUSIC TO HELP PEOPLE RECOGNIZE AND CONQUER ADDICTION.
“Face The Music Foundation encourages awareness about addiction and recovery through information based outreach, fundraising events, and social media. We believe that by erasing the stigma associated with the third largest cause of accidental death in the United States, it becomes easier for recovery-based resources to be accessible for anyone who needs them.”
“I Got This” is sponsored by Recovery Unplugged, a revolutionary music-based treatment center with various detox, residential and inpatient facilities throughout Austin, Fort Lauderdale and DC.
Recovery is possible shares four stories of recovery: Harriet, Ferrell, and Steven share their experiences with addiction and finding recovery, and Karen shares her struggle as a parent of an addicted child. Their stories are different, but their message is the same: Recovery is Possible. An introduction was provided by the City of Avon Lake’s Mayor Greg Zilka.
Avon Lake Community Television
There is a difference between helping and enabling. From www.AddictionCampuses.com
Greenock Drug and Alcohol Work from The Salvation Army UK on Vimeo.
Greenock Floating Support Service is run by The Salvation Army (Scotland). Their aim is to help people who are at risk of losing their tenancy, whether it’s help with addiction issues, with budgeting, counselling or any number of problems.
We meet Chris who is recovering from an addiction to alcohol, he tells us about his story so far and how The Salvation Army has helped him.
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria’s Drug Court from Magistrates’ Court of Victoria on Vimeo.
The Victorian Drug Court is a division of the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria that provides for the sentencing and supervision of the treatment of offenders with a drug and/or alcohol dependency who have committed an offence under the influence of drugs or alcohol or to support a drug or alcohol habit.
The Victorian Drug Court initiative is a response to the failure of traditional criminal justice measures to adequately address drug use and related offending. The Victorian model has attempted to incorporate the best features of existing drug courts in order to establish a unique program addressing the specific needs of Victoria.
Find more about Drug Courts (Australia).
Alcohol: The Real Gateway Drug from Behavioral Health Palm Beaches on Vimeo.
From Behavioral Health Palm Beaches
“Alcohol abuse is a growing problem in this country. In the United States between 2006 and 2010, alcohol-attributable deaths reached an annual average of approximately 88,000 people, with excessive drinking causing one in 10 deaths among working-age adults. In 2014, 16.3 million adults over the age of 18 were diagnosed with an alcohol use disorder (AUD), but only about 1.5 million adults received treatment for this disease in a specialized facility.”
Are you a risky drinker? Nearly 70% of American adults drink alcohol and nearly 1/3 of them engage in problem drinking at some point in their lives. Produced with The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Risky Drinking is a no-holds-barred look at a national epidemic through the intimate stories of four people whose drinking dramatically affects their relationships.
By BC Harm Reduction Program
“The Harm Reduction Program is part of the BC Centre for Disease Control. We believe every person has the right to the best health possible and should be treated with dignity and respect.”