Training Resources

A Mother's Love (Cancer Hoax Documentary) | Real Stories

"Tells the inside story of a mother, Terri 

Milbrandt, who pretended her daughter had cancer and appealed to her close-knit community for help to pay the medical bills"

Breaking Points

"Includes candid perspectives from high-school and college students, as well as nationally recognized experts, challenging the misperceived "safety" and effectiveness of using prescription

stimulants without a doctor's prescription. It serves as a catalyst to inform discussions about what parents and communities can do to support teens struggling to manage stress."

Foster

This film features numerous individuals in the foster care system; however, the 

inspiration for this film started with just one child.

Foster Care's Invisible Youth

"Seven LGBTQ youth from the foster care systme share their stories. Failed by their families, these young people go on to face

rejection from foster families, invisibility within the system and incredible obstacles to healthy development."

Impact of Domestic Violence on Children

This film addresses the impact of domestic 

violence on children. "Research shows those impacts can last a lifetime. Children exposed to violence in the home often experience psychosomatic illness, depression, and suicidal tendencies. Later in life, these children are at greater risk for substance abuse, teen pregnancy, and criminal behavior than those raised in homes without violence."

Hey Charlie

This video is told from the perspective of a teenager and his family and shows how

quickly the use of banned substances in social situations almost seamlessly spirals into an addiction to  opiates.

Struggle for Identity: Issues in Transracial Addoption

"A thought-provoking 20-minute video presenting a group of adoptees who discuss their experiences growing up in trans-racial adoptive 

families. They delve into complex issues such as confronting stereotypes, fitting in with their culture of origin and learning to define themselves in terms of race and culture."

Ted Talk: How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across a Lifetime

"Childhood trauma isn't something you just 

get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues has real, tangible effects on the development of the brain.

Private Violence Presents: Why We Stayed 

A video about why women stay in abusive 

relationships. Beverly Gooden confronts the question, "why doesn't she just leave" by interviewing survivors and hearing from their own voice the impact abuse had on their lives.

at 18 have less than a 4% chance to ever complete college. There is a 25% chance that they will be homeless. Higher education administration and faculty need to be part of the solution by rethinking local engagement in order to help this group of youth be prepared, apply, and complete college."

Selling the Girl Next Door

This documentary "takes viewers into the world of underage American girls

caught up in the violent sex trade. Hundreds of thousands of girls under the age of 18 are ensnared into the lives of prostitution annually, according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Many are runaways or "throwaways" trapped in "the oldest profession" by pimps who sell them using modern sales and marketing techniques.

Medicating Kids

This documentary "examines the dramatic increase  in the 

prescription of behavior modifying drugs for children. Are these medications really necessary - and safe - for young children, or merely a harried nation's quick fix for annoying, yet age-appropriate, behavior?"

Leaving Neverland

A two-part documentary exploring the separate but parallel experiences of two 

young boys, James Safechuck, at age 10, and Wade Robson, at age 7, both of whom were befriended by Michael Jackson. This film crafts a portrait of sustained abuse, exploring the complicated feelings that led both men to confront their experiences after both had sons of their own.

Paper Tigers

"The principle of Lincoln High School changes his school's approach to discipline

to help students overcome traumatic events."

Prescription of Hope: Overcoming Nevada's Opioid Epidemic

The 29-minute documentary received a regional Emmy nomination for best

documentary. It follows the lives of several Nevadans who have experienced the loss of a loved one due to opioids and the constant battle and power of hope to overcome an opioid addiction.

Very Young Girls

Very Young Girls is an expose of human trafficking that follows 13- and 14-year old American girls as they are seduced, abused,

and sold on New Your streets by pimps, and treated as adult criminals by police. The film follows the barely-adolescent girls in real time, using verite and intimate interviews with them as they are first lured on to the streets and the dire events that follow.

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