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Government News
2001 PRISM Winners
Psychiatric News
Volume 36 Number 10 page 5-5

The National Institute on Drug Abuse, the Entertainment Industries Council Inc., and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation sponsored the Fifth Annual PRISM Awards ceremony on April 4 in Los Angeles. The awards honor those in the entertainment industry who present accurate depictions of substance or alcohol abuse and addiction. Here are this year’s winners:

• "Traffic": Theatrical Feature Film

• "Cosby" for its "Raising Paranoia" episode: TV Comedy Series Episode

• "Sex in the City" for its episode "Quitting Smoking": TV Comedy Series Continuing Storyline

• "Third Watch" for its episode "Know Thyself": TV Drama Series Episode

• "Days of Our Lives" for "Fetal Alcohol Syndrome": TV Daytime Drama Series Episode or Storyline

• "ER" for its "Carter’s Addiction" storyline: TV Drama Series Continuing Storyline

• "In a Heart Beat" for "Friends Don’t Let Friends" by Alliance Atlantic Television Productions and the Disney Channel: TV Children’s Live Action Series Episode or Special

• "The Powerpuff Girls" for its "Mojo Jonesin’" episode: TV Children’s Animated Series Episode or Special

• "Dick van Dyke: Put on a Happy Face": TV Biographical Reality Series Episode or Special

• "Urges Within," Discovery Channel: TV Documentary or News Magazine Series Episode or Special

• "The Montel Williams Show" for its "Deadly Party Drugs" show: TV Talk Show Series Episode

• "The Corner," Blown Deadline Productions, Knee Deep Productions, and HBO: TV Movie, Miniseries, or Dramatic Special

• The X-Men "Cecelia Reyes": Comic Book Issue or Continuing Storyline

• "CBS Cares," CBS Television Network: TV Community Service Effort

• "ABC Classroom Connection," ABC Television Network: Web Site Community Service Effort

• NBC Television Network: Larry Steward Leadership and Inspiration Award

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