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Permanent Productions, a NAADAC and CAADAC provider of continuing education presents Blitz Attack: The Andrea Hines Story Parts I & II.

For the first time, these documentary films immerse the viewer into the psychology of a family and a world of drug and alcohol addiction that has never been comprehensively exposed to the public. The films are excellent tools for professional training in areas such as addiction counseling and education programs, psychotherapy, family counseling, criminal law, medicine, and countless others.

Emotionally charged and powerfully presented, issues of family addiction, family dysfunction, co-dependency, child abuse, obsessive thoughts, shame, and peer pressure are uncovered and weighed as contributing factors in the tragic loss of two teens—the victim and the perpetrator.

The nation’s drug crisis affects not only the addict, but also families, communities, and the workforce. Blitz Attack allows the viewer to discern the issues from an ecological public health perspective, of the tragedies that engulfed the Hines and Garcia family of rural Holtville, California located in Imperial Valley. The community-at-large, its failure to intervene, and the impact of societal normalization are also implicated as active antagonists.

Thought-provoking and culturally relevant, Blitz Attack encourages speculation as to the possibilities within one’s own community for something like Blitz to happen.
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Contact and request a CD-ROM workbook and DVD for $275.00. As a registered addiction professional or professional requiring addiction education in California or states that have reciprocity with NAADAC and/or CAADAC, you will receive from CAADAC 5 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) and from NAADAC 5 CEHs (Continuing Education Hours) per year for viewing both films and taking an examination for each module. You will be graded. When you receive a passing grade, you will receive a certificate and your test scores and units will be provided to CAADAC and NAADAC (depending which program you are registered with).

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