Video Library

Mental Health Topics

1.    Get Help Early: Learn the signs of psychosis in young people, and how to get help

2.      I Want to Be - (Employing people living with mental illness)

This video tells the inspiring stories of three very different individuals who have found value through meaningful work and supportive employment while living with a serious mental illness. Business professionals attest to the dividends they receive by hiring people striving to make a better life.  An introduction by former Governor Christine Gregoire established the commitment of the State of Washington to become a leader in the employment of individuals living with mental illness and that their success benefits us all. Watch the video: I Want to Be

3.      Mental health Recovery and Resiliency: Principles & Practices, Trainer, Mary Jadwisiak

4.    Walking In Recovery

One in four people will experience a mental illness. With support, up to 90% of them will recover. The journey to recovery is as unique as an individual’s mental illness.  The “Walking In Recovery” video is a tool to help carry the message of resiliency and recovery to communities across Washington, help communities explore recovery, and discuss ways to support others in their journey. Watch the video in English or Spanish      Walking in Recovery User’s Guide

​​5.      Do Ask, Do Tell   

This 16 minute video was designed to help providers learn how to gather information about sexual orientation in a respectful and accurate way. It is intended for providers whose clients use publicly-funded mental health services in Washington state.  Watch the video: Do Ask, Do Tell

6.      I had a black dog, his name was Depression (World Health Organization)

Substance Abuse Topics

1. Facts About Marijuana: Impact on Teens and Washington's Law (4:00)

2. Why are Drugs So Hard to Quit (NIDA - 2:00) 

4.  Anyone can become addicted to drugs (NIDA - 2:00)

5.  Marijuana's Effects on the Brain, Body and Behavior (NIDA - 33:00)