One Huff Can Kill
"Inhalant Abuse: One Huff Can Kill"
Developed by the Alliance for Consumer Education
and Human Relations Media
A gripping video program that introduces real stories of teens that discusses the dangerous effects of inhalant abuse.
This video packs a wallop, as it focuses primarily on the devastated family members of a teen who died from inhalant abuse. It’s doubtful that anyone can watch this without being moved by the ending, which features the names and ages of four teens killed by inhalants. This is an excellent video for schools.
– John R. Clark, formerly with Hartland (ME) Public Library
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In the six months after its release in 2016, the video was viewed by over 20,000 middle and high school students. The rights to the video have been purchased by many jurisdictions including cities, counties, and states. In the state of Iowa, the video is shown to every middle and high school student. Under many of these arrangements, the video is distributed and viewed by both students and parents. The video was made available to teachers, school nurses, and school counselors to disseminate to students, parents, and others involved in this crucial education. This video was shown in more than 100,000 school districts in all 50 states with an estimated reach of over 15,000,000 teenagers.