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MENTAL HEALTH & ADDICTION - REAL LIFE STORIES

After 8 years of delivering a successful live presentation to schools, prisons and rehabs, Henry and Sally decided to extend their audiences to raise more awareness, by transforming their story into a documentary style educational video. This Video tells the story of Henry’s older brother and Sally’s son ‘Tom Maybury’ who was a young, sporty, talented man who simply stumbled in life, falling into a depression which led to his mental health suffering and using alcohol as a coping mechanism.  

Henry and Sally take the audience step by step through Tom’s life from a child to their last moments beside him in hospital before he died at the young age of 29 years old after losing his battle with alcohol addiction. They share how Tom was a happy young man who set up his own business, worked abroad in France, was in a loving relationship and had so much potential in life. This story reminds the viewer of the triggers and peaks of an addiction and living in the environment of addiction. It encourages individuals to open up and talk about the struggles they may be facing and to be mindful of their mental health.

 

The video includes the music videos, Lost Days and Every Night and Day, which tell the story of an alcoholic struggling with their demons and how they slowly start to change and deteriorate in front of their family.  

The video costs £75 per viewing with all funds received going towards the work of the 'Lost Days Charitable Trust' and includes a free worksheet on mental health & addiction. 

       Multiple purchase deals available:

                                                                               Two viewings - £150     Three viewings - £210

                                                                                                   Four Viewings - £260      

      Five or more viewings - £60 each per viewing.

 

The video has a very diverse age range appealing to schools (10-18), colleges and universities but can also be used in the workplace to encourage working professionals to seek help if they are struggling with their mental health and addictions.  

To buy the video please complete the form below. The worksheets can be found below the form.

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Other packages are available to include Live presentations with Q&A’s (including the video and worksheet) for more information and prices please complete the form below.

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Video Feedback

‘I thought the Alcohol Awareness film was interesting and was important.  Everyone should be educated on the horrific affects Alcohol addiction can have on someone and their family or friends.’