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DRUG I.D.& SYMPTOM GUIDE by Sgt. Ken Whitley, a veteran Drug Recognition Expert
Contains 133 color photos of illicit
street drugs and drug paraphernalia, symptoms of influence,
effects, duration, methods of ingestion, overdose symptoms
and field drug testing procedures. Also includes street slang
glossary and more. Authored by Sgt. Ken Whitley, a veteran
Drug Recognition Expert. (4 1/4 x 6 1/4)
$19.99 + s&h
DRUG INFLUENCE ID CHART
This handy, pocket-sized drug influence chart was designed
by experienced narcotics officers as an instant guide for identifying
drug and narcotic influence symptoms. The chart includes a
pupilometer and is laminated for durability.
$6.99 + s&h
LOVE FIRST by Jeff and Debra Jay
A straightforward, simple and practical resource written specifically
for families seeking to help a loved one struggling with substance
addiction. Jeff and Debra Jay dispel two all-to-common and
damaging beliefs: Addicts, they say, don't have to hit bottom
before they can get help and get sober, and second, interventions
don't have to be confrontational-hence their emphasis on a
love first approach.
$14.00 + s&h
ADDICT IN THE FAMILY
by Beverly Conyers
In a well-written, powerful narrative, Conyers shows family
members at their worst before showing how they found hope
For someone who has an addicted family member or loved one
and seeks to better understand addiction in families, this
is the book to read.
For anyone who has ever worried about a parent, spouse,
child, relative or friend's use of alcohol or drugs, this
book will help. No doubt, they'll read their own story in
these pages and find hope and recovery.
$10.36 + s&h
DRUGS AND YOUR KID
How to Tell if Your Child Has a Drug/Alcohol Problem by Peter D. Rogers, Ph.D. and Lea Goldstein, Ph.D.
Two psychologists with over 50 years of combined
experience in treating adolescent chemical dependency help
parents learn how to recognize symptoms, talk with their
kids, and determine the best interventions. With over half of all teens having
tried an illicit drug by the time they finish high school, this book serves
as a family-saving — even lifesaving — guide
that gives parents strategies to help their kids overcome
WHAT'S A PARENT TO DO?
Straight Talk on Drugs and Alcohol by Henry David Abraham, M.D.
Written by a co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize,
What's A Parent To Do? Straight Talk on Drugs and Alcohol
is a no-nonsense self-help guide to the extremely difficult
task of preventing and dealing with epidemic drug abuse among children and
CLEAN: A New General in Recovery
Clean is the real thing: an honest, nonjudgmental,
peer-to-peer lifeline for young people thinking about experimenting
with drugs, for those who are already experimenting or those
who are already addicted, and for families and friends who
want to understand and help
PASSAGES THROUGH RECOVERY: An
Action Plan for Preventing Relapse
Paperback, 176 pp. Author: Terence T. Gorski Item: 5687 Publisher: Hazelden Publishing and Educational
Services Published Year: 1997 List Price: $14.95 Each
One of the most important things we learn in recovery is
that there really is a way out of all the misery -- if we
know which way to go. But abstinence from alcohol and other
drugs is just the beginning of our journey, not our destination.
And, that journey can be a rough one if we don't know what
lies ahead. Use this book as a compass in your recovery to
help you stay on course.
Softcover, 176 pp. Author: Dirk Johnson Item: 7794 Publisher: Hazelden Publishing and Educational
Services Published Year: 2005 List Price: $12.95 Each
has been around
for decades, but the recent surge
clandestine “cooking” labs
in homes, hotel rooms, and even cars has made this toxic
stimulant exceptionally affordable, accessible, and dangerous.
With staggering facts and up-to-the-minute information, award-winning
journalist Dirk Johnson has written the definitive book about
America’s methamphetamine pandemic. Johnson examines
the unprecedented physical, mental, social, and environmental
destruction caused by meth use and meth production.
ETHICS FOR ADDICTION PROFESSIONALS (2nd Edition) - by LeClair Bissell
This trailblazing book provides a comprehensive view of the
ethical issues that cut across the addiction field, from employee
assistance programs to treatment and aftercare. Asking probing
questions that illuminate today's complex ethical landscape,
LeClair Bissell and James Royce explore how standard guidelines
for professional conduct benefit counselors and clients alike.