Responding to alcohol and other drug problems in child welfare Weaving together practice and policy by Nancy K. Young

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Published by CWLA Press .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Alcohol use,
  • Alcoholism,
  • Child welfare,
  • Drug abuse,
  • Drug use,
  • Treatment,
  • United States,
  • Welfare recipients

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The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8117162M
ISBN 10087868736X
ISBN 109780878687367
OCLC/WorldCa39970211

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The Child Welfare League of America is especially grateful for the energy, talent, vision, and commitment of Nancy Young, Sid Gardner, and Kimberley Dennis, the authors of this guidebook. We believe that. Responding to Alcohol and Other Drug Problems in Child Welfare: Weaving Together Practice and Policy.

will be a valuable resource to. Drawing on the experience of several models of child welfare practice, this guidebook sets forth a policy framework that can assist child welfare agencies in responding to welfare parents who are users and abusers of alcohol and other drugs (AOD), the effects of which impair their parenting skills and threaten the safety of their children.

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Responding to Alcohol and Other Drug Problems in Child Welfare: Weaving Together Practice and PolicyAuthor: Nancy K. Young, Sidney L. Gardner, Kimberly Dennis. Problems related to the use of alcohol and other drugs impact the child welfare system in a number of ways—by increasing CPS caseloads, contributing to the number of children entering foster care, and interfering with the ability of families on welfare, some of whom are also in the child welfare system, to secure employment.

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• All drugs,both legal (alcohol) and illegal (is,ecstasy,etc) have risks • Not all young people get involved with drugs • Not every young person who takes drugs develops problems • Many children and young people experiment with drugs – alcohol,cannabis,tobacco,etc. Not all experimentation leads to continued misuse.

This book presents original research outlining the key elements in responding to parental misuse of drugs and alcohol. Offers a definition of “misuse” and “addiction” and the factors that influence the nature of misuse or addiction Reviews extensively the nature and impact of parental substance misuse on children and families.

related harm to children, harm to other dependents is an increasing area of concern for social work. This guide may be relevant to other social care and health professionals.

Information in this pocket guide should be supplemented by other learning and reading. Contents 3 Alcohol & Families: Key Messages 4 Parental Alcohol Problems. Children of alcoholics and other substance abusers are a population without a clear definition.

Because the concept of COA/COSA is focused on the child rather than the parent, the definition of a COA/COSA is any child whose parent (or parental caregiver) uses alcohol or other drugs in such a way that it causes problems in the child's life.

As mentioned earlier, drug and alcohol dependence can have an impact on the well being of foster children as well as traditionally raised children. Another lesser known issue is a foster parent’s inability to successfully hold up to their end of the bargain and meet the.

4 Social work and substance use: teaching the basics • Involving substance use specialists –Substance use services have also got better at involving and consulting with service users and a number of service user groups should be operating in all regions in the UK.

Similarly local drug and alcohol services will usually be very willing to teach a. Prevention Research: New & emerging drugs (new psychoactive substances), Apr 13 Prevention Research: Role of alcohol in crime & disorder, Aug 12 Prevention Research: Responding to the needs of children & parents, May 12 Prevention Research: Heroin & other opioids, Sep11 Parents and carers who misuse drugs or alcohol may turn to crime to fund their dependency.

This may mean exposing their children to unsafe adults or involving them in criminal activity (Brophy, ). One girl told Childline: "My dad has a drug and alcohol problem.

He makes me sleep with other men so he can get drugs. Furthermore, when a parent is under the influence of drugs, he might be unable to respond to the child’s emotional and physical needs adequately. This can lead to poor parent-child bonds.

In turn, these poor bonds might lead to behavioral problems in school and other social settings. Increased Substance Abuse Risk. The double whammy of parental substance abuse on children is the combination of the toxic effects of exposure to drugs and alcohol, as well as.

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This suggests that of the million confirmed victims of child maltreatment, an estimatedchildren are mistreated each year by a caretaker with alcohol or other drug problems 5. Additionally, research suggests that alcohol and other drug problems are factors in a majority of cases of emotional abuse and neglect.

Drug and Alcohol Services promotes safe, healthy, responsible, and informed choices concerning alcohol and other drugs through programs responsive to community needs.

Vision Statement: San Luis Obispo County is a community that values awareness and knowledge of alcohol and other drug use and acts accordingly in a safe, healthy, responsible manner.

While finding out that a teen has been drinking or using drugs can lead a parent to worry, get angry or feel like a failure, it's important to overcome those feelings in the name of stopping the problem.

Drug and alcohol abuse requires professional help, and without intervention, it can lead to serious problems, including addiction, legal. Child abuse and neglect is, at a minimum, any recent act or failure to act on the part of a parent or caretaker, which results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse or exploitation (including sexual abuse as determined under section ), or an act or failure to act which presents an imminent risk of serious harm (Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act).

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