In Secondhand Drinking, Prevention Resources

90 million Americans and up to 40% of a workforce are directly affected by secondhand drinking (SHD).

In 2015, Quick Series® Publishing, who primarily serves the Military, Veterans, Law Enforcement, Government, Corrections, EMS & Fire and Public Health sectors, released its Secondhand Drinking Pocket Guide written by Lisa Frederiksen, founder of SHD Prevention and

Secondhand Drinking Pocket Guide written by Lisa FrederiksenThis guide covers the causes and consequences of SHD, and proposes solutions, coping strategies and ways to heal.

  • SHD defined
  • Brain networks and their connection to SHD
  • Direct and indirect SHD
  • How to protect yourself from the impacts of SHD

Who’s Buying Secondhand Drinking Pocket Guides?

The following list represents a sampling of purchasers of the Secondhand Drinking Pocket Guides:

  • U.S. Military Academy West Point – Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
  • U.S. Army Joint Base, Ft. Myer, VA – Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
  • U.S. Army Ft. Lee (ASAP)
  • U.S. Army Ft. Meade (ASAP)
  • U.S. Army Ft. Drum (ASAP)
  • U.S. Army Ft. Tobyhanna  (ASAP)
  • U.S. Army Carlisle Barracks (ASAP)
  • U.S. Army White Sands Missile Range, NM (ASAP)
  • U.S. Army Air Guard, Wiesbaden, Germany (ASAP)
  • U.S. Marines MCCS (Marine Corps Community Services) Barstow
  • U.S. National Forests’ Health & Safety Offices:
    • Tahoe
    • Six Rivers
    • Cleveland
    • Stanislaus
  • U.S.F.S. – Washington Office
  • U.S.F.S. – Region 5 Office
  • U.S. Coast Guard – Clinic
  • Alaskan County – Integrated Behavioral Health Agency
  • Cape Breton University (Nova Scotia) – University Health & Counseling Office
  • Iowa Air National Guard – Airman & Family Readiness
  • Massachusetts Army National Guard
  • Massachusetts Air National Guard
  • Merced County (CA) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services | Mental Health Services


Why Bring Secondhand Drinking Pocket Guides Into the Workplace?

People don’t set out to cause secondhand drinking or to cope with it in harmful ways. By sharing these pocket guides, companies, public agencies, hospitals, labor unions, colleges, nonprofits and similar groups share with their employees, students, members and constituents the key information that has long been missing to empower individuals to self-elect change, whether they are the person causing SHD or the one coping with it.

Secondhand Drinking Pocket Guide written by Lisa FrederiksenTo learn more about and/or to order the Quick Series® Pocket Guide, Secondhand Drinking, click here – quantity order discounts apply.

To incorporate Secondhand Drinking Prevention training as part of your employee wellness, health & safety information and training or mission readiness programs, Contact Lisa for more information.

Lisa Frederiksen
Lisa Frederiksen has a 39-year career in executive management, consulting, speaking, training and writing and is the founder of and SHD Prevention. She has spent more than 14 years studying 21st century brain research in order to write, speak, and consult on substance use disorders prevention, intervention and treatment; mental disorders; addiction (aka substance use disorders) as a brain disease; adolescent addiction treatment vs adult addiction treatment; effective treatment for co-occurring disorders (having both a substance use and mental disorder); secondhand drinking | drugging; help for the family; and related subjects. Lisa is the author of hundreds of articles and eleven books, including, "Addiction Recovery: What Helps, What Doesn't," "Secondhand Drinking: The Phenomenon That Affects Millions," and “If You Loved Me, You’d Stop!” She is a national keynote speaker with over 25 years speaking experience, consultant, trainer, and frequent guest on radio, TV, and Internet radio shows.
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