Our site using a virtual shopping cart to allow you to browse and select the products you wish to buy interactively. As you add products to your cart, our site will calculate your total and estimate shipping.
When you are ready to place your order, you simply access the Checkout option and all items in your cart at that time will be added to your final order.
Your shopping cart will be broken into seperate ‘Packages’ if you add titles that are pre-orders (coming soon) – these packages will be grouped by products being released on the same day. This feature is intended to help you see at a glance how many individual shipments your order will be (and when they will be shipped).
Some basic tips regarding the Planet.DVD shopping cart:
- Whenever you add a DVD to your cart, you will be returned directly to that DVD’s Info Page
- You can view and modify your Shopping Cart contents at any time using the View option (top right of page) or the Shopping Cart option on the left-hand menu
- You can Checkout and order your cart contents at any time you like using the Checkout function on the left-hand menu (also available from the View Cart screen)
- When viewing a DVD’s Info Page, the Add To Cart button will be replaced with a notification message if that DVD is already in your shopping cart
Youth Insearch has been designed a community that organizes and creates weekend programs with the goal of helping teenagers address issues they face in life. It is designed for young people who are between the ages of 12 and 17. The program works in connection with local law enforcement, schools, as well as state and welfare agencies to find youths who are at risk for things like binge drinking, suicide, drug abuse, and engaging in criminal activity. Their purpose is to help these youths improve their self-esteem while at the same time giving them the tools they need to be productive.
A key element of this program is its peer-to-peer initiatives. Young individuals who have already gone through the Youth Insearch program come back and serve as mentors who can help young people work through their current issues. Every weekend these young people get together with the goal examining the challenges they face while at the same time learning from other young people how to find acceptable solutions for their problems.
Many of the youth who join the Youth Insearch program have already fallen into antisocial behaviors as a way of escaping the difficulties they have in life. Some who have enrolled in this program have been involved in things like self-harming, drug use, and excessive drinking. Many battle with self-esteem issues, grief, and depression. This program has been able to increase school retention, minimize substance abuse, minimize youth suicide, and reduce the violence and crime young people face.