BREAKING POINTS, directed by Tucker Capps, is a 30-minute documentary intended for adults that explores the stress and pressures our teens face every day, as well as the unhealthy ways that many of them cope, including abusing prescription stimulants.
NCAPDA’s Founder, April Rovero, filmed the following series of educational videos related to prescription drug and other substance abuse for Teen Esteem that they have kindly allowed us to post on our website. The Rovero’s family story that resulted in … Continue reading →
This documentary, developed by the FBI and DEA, features stark first-person accounts told by individuals who have abused opioids or whose children have abused opioids, with tragic consequences. Its aim is to educate students, young adults and parents about the … Continue reading →
“Out of Reach” is a special documentary created by a teen filmmaker who captures the issue of teen prescription drug abuse as it exists in his world. The issues contained in the film are a reflection of this issue across … Continue reading →
A documentary for the medical community on the dangers of over prescribing prescription drugs. Includes doctors speaking to doctors about the need to reduce opioid prescribing levels to help combat America’s prescription drug abuse epidemic that is now leading to … Continue reading →
The Warnings – Parents360 Rx documentary is an easy-to-use tool developed by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids to share information with parents and other concerned citizens about the real dangers of medicine abuse and ways to prevent and respond to … Continue reading →
This documentary developed by Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing (PROP) tells the story of two chronic pain patients who were treated with OxyContin. They served as model patients in videos produced by Purdue Pharma, the company that makes OxyContin. At … Continue reading →
Three students from Arizona State University’s (ASU) Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications explore in this documentary how a mother and friends have been impacted by the deaths of two ASU seniors from prescription drug abuse. How to … Continue reading →