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April 28th, 2006 3:19pm EDT
Walk the LineWalk the Line took top honors at the 10th annual Prism Awards on Thursday. The awards were presented by the Entertainment Industries Council in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the National Institute on Drug Abuse/National Institutes of Health for works the groups believe do the best job of accurately portraying drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse.

Walk the Line, about Johnny Cash's music career, won for best drama. Neal Baer, the executive producer of the TV drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, won a leadership and inspiration award. Brad Paisley's hit song "Alcohol" and the TV documentary "28 Days in Rehab" also were among the honorees.

The awards ceremony took place at the Beverly Hills Hotel.The following is a complete list of Prism winners:

Feature Film Wide Release
Walk the Line

Feature Film Limited Release
Pure and Down to the Bone

Prism Film Festival Award
Self-Medicated

Direct-to-Video Production
The Chuck Negron Story: Biography of an Entertainer

TV Drama Storyline
Jack and Bobby – "Under the Influence" / "Stand By Me"(WB )

Drama Series Episode for Television
Without A Trace "Off the Tracks" (CBS)

Performance in a Drama Series Episode for Television
Kelly Rowan of The O.C. (Fox)

Performance in a Drama Multi-Episode Storyline for Television
Lori Loughlin of Summerland (WB )

Comedy Series Episode for Television
Saturday Night Live (NBC)

Performance in a Comedy Series
Georgia Engel of Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)

Comedy Series Multi-Episode Storyline for Television
Reba (WB )

TV Movie or Miniseries
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Mork & Mindy

Performance in a TV Movie
S. Epatha Merkerson for Lackawanna Blues (HBO)

TV Talk Show Episode
The Montel Williams Show – "Drug Abuse: Rebuilding a Family"

TV Biographical Series Episode or Special
The E! True Hollywood Story: Mary Tyler Moore (E!)

TV Documentary
28 Days in Rehab

TV Unscripted Nonfiction Series Episode or Special
Breaking Bonaduce – "The Only Hope is Rehab" /
"Rehab" / "Getting Better" (VH1)

TV Teen Nonfiction Series Episode or Special
Focus on Lung Cancer

Music Recording
Brad Paisley – Alcohol

Community Service
CBS Cares