Substance abuse is a serious problem, and it should be treated as a disease. Disciplinary actions are inappropriate, and the social stigma—moralistic judgments—can discourage victims from seeking help.
This microlearning program explains that since substance abuse is a disease, it should be handled with care, sympathy, and understanding. It does away with misconceptions and discusses the delicate questions of how and when suspected cases of substance abuse are to be reported.
A printable Facilitator’s Handout is included with this microlearning video.
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