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Addiction

Pamphlet/Booklet

Positive advice about recovery -- with strong emphasis on the fact that addictions can be beaten. Examines types of addiction, how they may develop, treatments, and how to seek help for oneself and others.

One Community Place, South Deerfield, MA, 01373-7328

Website: http://channing-bete.com

Email: custsvcs@channing-bete.com

Phone: 1-800-477-4776

Pamphlet/Booklet

With this pamphlet, readers will be armed with all the facts and statistics necessary to know how to handle many forms of addiction. The pamphlet explains what addiction is and details the symptoms of addiction. It goes on to discuss the options for treatment and assistance programs individuals may be able to take advantage of.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Family Support

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet is written for the family and loved ones of those suffering from addiction. The pamphlet begins by explaining the seriousness of their loved one's addiction and how difficult addiction is for everyone involved. A complete explanation of the recovery process is included, as well as in-depth treatment options.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Get the Facts: Opioids

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet gives a complete overview of the risks of acetyl fentanyl abuse. The pamphlet outlines the dangers faced by acetyl fentanyl users, as well as the signs of addiction and overdose. Also provides different treatment and support options for users and there families.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Website: http://ptrpress.com

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Pamphlet/Booklet

Whether injected, smoked or snorted, heroin can impair every part of the human body and cause disease and death. The serious health consequences of heroin use are outlined in this thought-provoking pamphlet—including the unpleasant and painful withdrawal symptoms and the infection and disease risks involved with heroin additives and the sharing of needles.

Phone: 1-800-775-1998

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet explains the facts of overdose and opioids. The signs to look for when someone overdosed. It explains the overdose reversal drug, Naloxone. and how to prevent an overdose.

Website: http://ddap.pa.gov

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This HCUP Statistical Brief presents data from HCUP Stats on the national rate of opioid-related hospital inpatient stays and emergency department (ED) visits from 2005 to 2014. Identification of opioid-related stays and visits is based on all-listed diagnoses and includes events associated with prescription opioids or illicit opioids such as heroin. Differences greater than 10 percent between estimates are noted in the text.

5600 Fisher's Lane, Rockville, Maryland, 20857

Website: https://hcup-us.ahrq.gov/reports/statbriefs/sb219-Opioid-Hospital-Stays-ED-Visits-by-State.jsp

Email: hcup@ahrq.gov

Statistical Brief 219

Pamphlet/Booklet

This HCUP Statistical Brief extends the previous report by presenting data from HCUP Fast Stats on the rate of opioid-related hospital inpatient stays and ED visits by patient sex and age group from 2005 to 2014 for The U.S. and District of Columbia. Identification of opioid-related stays and visits is based on all-listed diagnoses and includes events associated with prescription opioids or illicit opioids such as heroin. The population denominator specific to each sex or age group was used to calculate rates.

5600 Fisher's Lane, Rockville, Maryland, 20857

Website: https://hcup-us.ahrq.gov/reports/statbriefs/sb224-Patient-Characteristics-Opioid-Hospital-Stays-ED-Visits-by-State.jsp

Email: hcup@ahrq.gov

Statistical Brief 224

Pamphlet/Booklet

This HCUP Statistical Brief presents data from HCUP Fast Stats on the rates of opioid-related hospital inpatient stays and ED visits by patient location (urban/rural) and community-level income from 2005 to 2014 for states in The U.S. and District of Columbia. Identification of opioid-related stays and visits is based on all-listed diagnoses and includes events associated with prescription opioids or illicit opioids such as heroin. Rates are calculated using the population denominator specific to each location or income group.

5600 Fisher's Lane, Rockville, Maryland, 20857

Email: hcup@ahrq.gov

Statistical Brief 226

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet provides an overview of these types of drugs. It addresses the difference between opiates and opioids. It also explains the harmful effects on the body. And goes on to address recovery and success in treatment.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Website: http://ptrpress.com

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Preivew Copy

Pamphlet/Booklet

A booklet that helps you address this deadly drug's popularity. It promotes prevention and treatment with an account of heroin's devastating impact on users and the people around them. It speaks clearly about users' increased risk of AIDS, and heroin's effects on fetal development.

One Community Place, South Deerfield, MA, 01373-7328

Website: http://Channing-bete.com

Email: custsvcs@channing-bete.com

Phone: 1-800-477-4776

Pamphlet/Booklet

For young teens (grades 6–8). Describes how opioids, such as Vicodin, morphine, heroin, and codeine, affect the brain, the nervous system, and the limbic system, which controls emotions.

Website: http://drugpubs.drugabuse.gov
: http://teens.drugabuse.gov

Phone: 1-240-645-0228
: 1-877-643-2644

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Pamphlet/Booklet

.This pamphlet teaches readers the chemical nature of the drug, its street names, its effects on the brain and body, and the lethal potential for overdose.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Website: http://ptrpress.com

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Pamphlet/Booklet

The abuse of prescription drugs leads to many serious health problems. Several types of commonly abused drugs -- including stimulants, depressants and opioids -- are described throughout this pamphlet. Incidents of addiction, withdrawal and overdose are illustrated as an adolescent prescription drug abuse prevention approach.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Website: http://ptrpress.com

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Pamphlet/Booklet

This brochure contains information about depressants, stimulants and opioids and there effects on the body if they are abused.

Website: http://Streetdrugs.org

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet discusses the different prescription drugs that can be very addicting. Each of which can be harmful when abused or misused. And also discusses how mixing these drugs with other drugs or alcohol can be deadly.

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Get the Facts: Other Drugs

Pamphlet/Booklet

A compelling, at-a-glance look at how drugs impact the body. This fact-based chart shows how commonly abused drugs -- both street and prescription varieties -- along with tobacco and alcohol can wreak havoc on various organs and systems. Also included is a risk overview of addiction and sudden death for each substance.

Phone: 1-800-775-1998

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet gives the hard but real facts about the most commonly used drugs, including alcohol, inhalants, heroin, marijuana, ecstasy, steroids, rohypnol (the date-rape drug) and more. It also addresses how to seek help for yourself or someone you know.

Phone: 1-800-775-1998

Pamphlet/Booklet

A description of the major types of substances, a list of street names for commonly abused substances, and an alphabetized section providing definitions of slang words and phrases help provide a better understanding of substance abuse lingo. The concluding "Get SMART about drugs" section provides readers a mnemonic for remembering how to resist drugs.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet explains the dangerous class of designer drugs that are being sold across this country. It explains how unethical chemists and "pushers" are marketing these drugs to young people for profit. It discusses the dangerous consequences of taking un-tested and potentially deadly chemicals. The pamphlet includes the different types of designer drugs and stresses that the effects of taking these drugs is largely unknown.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Website: http://ptrpress.com

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Get the Facts: Pregnancy

Pamphlet/Booklet

Basic information about how drugs (illegal drugs and over-the-counter and prescription medications) can affect pregnant women and their babies. It encourages women to talk to their health care provider before taking any type of drug or medicine.

Phone: 1-800-775-1998

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet raises awareness of how substances—such as alcohol, tobacco, heroin, and more—can harm an unborn child. A great giveaway that can have a powerful impact.

Getting Help

Pamphlet/Booklet

Provides resources and places to get help for drug and alcohol abuse and many other life changing occurrences.

4100 Hillside Road, Harrisburg, PA, 17112

Phone: 717-635-8615

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Resources for Parents

Pamphlet/Booklet

The pamphlet provides parents a brief overview of the more common drugs of abuse – Marijuana, Tobacco, Cocaine, Amphetamines, Depressants, Hallucinogens, Inhalants, and Synthetics. It lists general behaviors and physical changes that suggest a child may be using these drugs. And suggests how to find help and ways to reduce the risk that a child will use drugs.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Website: http://ptrpress.com

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Pamphlet/Booklet

The pamphlet provides an overview of the synthetic drug problem and informs the reader what synthetic drugs are and how they are created and distributed. It stresses that the effects of these substances are unknown and may have unintended consequences for both mental and physical health. It also covers signs of abuse and how to help .

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet provides guidelines and best practices for parents to help their teens understand the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. It explains the difficulties and rewards of talking to their teens. And offers guidance, support and resources to keep families talking.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Pamphlet/Booklet

This brochure discusses skills parents and caregivers can use to prevent illicit substance use among teens. It describes problems caused by marijuana, alcohol, and other substances; signs of substance misuse; and ways to enforce rules, give advice, and deal with teens caught using substances.

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Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet offers suggestions to parents and other adults on how to teach their children about the dangers of drugs. It encourages open and frequent communication and clear family rules and expectations. It also emphasizes the need to be a good role model and to teach kids how to say no.

Phone: 1-800-775-1998

Resources for Professionals

Pamphlet/Booklet

This booklet presents prevention principles, an overview of program planning, and critical first steps for those learning about prevention. Thus, this shortened edition can serve as an introduction to research-based prevention for those new to the field of drug abuse prevention. Selected resources and references are also provided.

P.O. Box 170, Farmingville, New York, 11738

Website: https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/preventing-drug-abuse-among-children-adolescents

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Resources for Children, Teens, and Young Adults

Pamphlet/Booklet

Using characters from the nationally syndicated comic strip LUANN™, this pamphlet models refusal strategies and helps young people figure out how they can say "no" to drugs. It includes support for deciding not to use drugs and tips for following through.

Phone: 1-800-775-1998

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet educates older teens and young adults on the risks of heroin use, promotes responsible decisions, and offers specific refusal techniques to use in social-pressure situations, as well as sources of help.

One Community Place, South Deerfield, MA, 01373-7328

Website: http://Channing-bete.com

Email: custsvcs@channing-bete.com

Phone: 1-800-477-4776

Pamphlet/Booklet

For young teens (grades 6–8). Explains how prescription drugs, when used improperly, can cause addiction and other harmful health problems.

Website: http://drugpubs.drugabuse.gov
: http://teens.drugabuse.gov

Phone: 1-240-645-0228
: 1-877-643-2644

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Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet discusses how teenagers who drink are more likely to experiment with other addictive drugs, how alcohol and other drugs can affect your future, resources to help quit drinking, and more.

Website: http://at-risk.com

Phone: 1-800-999-6884

Pamphlet/Booklet

This brochure for teens discusses the dangers of heroin. It describes short- and long-term health risks. The brochure also lists signs of heroin use and its effect on the brain.

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Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet gives straightforward, easy-to-understand facts about how drugs make you act. Written for upper elementary-age kids, it offers a perfect introduction to drug use prevention and includes information about what drugs are, why they are dangerous, and tips for saying "no." It also discusses tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.

Phone: 1-800-775-1998

Pamphlet/Booklet

This pamphlet answers the quintessential teenage question about saying "no" to drugs and alcohol -- "How do I do it without looking uncool?" Written by teens, for teens, this pamphlet provides effective ways to stay drug-free, avoid dangerous situations, and NOT lose friends in the process. It also identifies a variety of refusal techniques.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Phone: 877-329-0570

Treatment and Recovery

Pamphlet/Booklet

The pamphlet defines the difference between "abuse" and "addiction," and provides an in-depth discussion of different treatment options, facilities, and sources of treatment funding. Lastly, the pamphlet encourages addicts that they can, with proper treatment and support, live a life free from heroin.

69185 Skybrook Road, Mandeville, LA, 70471

Email: info@ptrpress.com

Pamphlet/Booklet

Positive advice about recovery -- with strong emphasis on the fact that addictions can be beaten. Examines types of addiction, how they may develop, treatments, and how to seek help for oneself and others. Same content as the classic booklet "About Addiction"

One Community Place, South Deerfield, MA, 01373-7328

Website: http://channing-bete.com

Email: custsvcs@channing-bete.com

Phone: 1-800-477-4776

Pamphlet/Booklet

This booklet provides practical advice on recognizing the warning signs of relapse, and tells how to get help fast when relapse thinking occurs. Suggests several alterations to daily routines that will help produce positive changes; encourages those who do relapse not to panic; and advises family and friends on what they can do to help.

One Community Place, South Deerfield, MA, 01373-7328

Website: http://channing-bete.com

Email: custsvcs@channing-bete.com

Phone: 1-800-477-4776