Welcome to SSTAR’s video archive.
Over the years we’ve produced a number of videos addressing topics such as substance use, HIV/AIDS, and Domestic Violence. Some are PSAs while other are more general information about our agency. Because we have built strong relationships with partner agencies around the globe, some of the videos have been translated into Russian and German.
The links below will take you to the playlists on our YouTube site. Once there, please subscribe to our channel and you’ll always remain up to date on new videos we produce.
is an approach to engaging reluctant drug and alcohol dependent individuals into treatment using an “invitational” model of intervention. This playlist includes a :30 sec spot overview and an interview with an Interventionist.
SSTAR intends to construct a 38,000 square foot facility that will increase capacity of its services for patients with substance use disorders. The inpatient unit will house 30 detoxification beds, 30 short term rehabilitation beds, a Triage and assessment center; a federally qualified health center that will house primary care facilities; and a medication assisted treatment center for those with opiate and alcohol addiction.
SSTAR has been a leader in helping to improve drug treatment quality throughout the world. As part of Treatnet, SSTAR has contributed to the development of a series of promising practice manuals.
Recently, SSTAR and the Health and Development Foundation in Moscow, Russia have partnered on creating a strategic manual for public health campaigns implemented over mobile devices (“mHealth”). These videos are versions of several of our English ones translated into Russian and German.
These videos provide general information about our programs and celebrate milestones along the way.
has provided innovative services to people battling HIV/AIDS since 1989. Here is a Russian language video detailing its services.
PSAs and general information video about SSTAR’s premiere pregnant and parenting residential program.
Staff share their stories of recovery.
Since 1977, the Women’s Center program has been meeting the special needs of survivors of domestic violence and their children. This collection of videos highlights some important facts about domestic violence. They were created for domestic violence awareness month in October 2012.
- To view YouTube playlist, click here.
- For more information about the Women’s Center at SSTAR, click here.