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T1 - Parental substance abuse as a predictor of child maltreatment re- reports

Parental substance abuse and accidental death in children.

Effects of Parental Substance Abuse on Children and …

T1 - Parental consent in adolescent substance abuse treatment outcome studies
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Berger, there is a noteable difference between which parent abuses substances, or if both abuse, on child development, as seen in the following figure

The effect of parental substance abuse on young …

Parental substance abuse and the indicators can be transferrable across multiple SES levels.
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Research shows that the risk for substance abuse and other adverse behaviors increases as the number of risk factors increases, and that protective factors may reduce the risk of youth engaging in substance use that can lead to substance abuse. This interactive effect of risk and protective factors has substantial implications for the design and implementation of successful preventive interventions. The more a program reduces risk factors and increases protective factors, the more it is likely to succeed in preventing substance abuse among children and youth. Learn about critical components and principles of effective adolescent substance abuse prevention programs.

 

How Does Parental Drug Abuse Affect Children

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Within Canada, 80% of offenders entering the federal prison system are identified as having a substance abuse problem (MacPherson, 2004); this goes beyond mere indication of tougher drug legislation, it uncovers further discrepancy.

And the parent does not have to be still actively drinking or using for the child to continue to feel the impact of the abuse.
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To improve the well-being of, and improve permanency outcomes for, children and families affected by heroin, opioids, and other substance abuse.


Effects of Substance Abuse on Families - Chicago Tribune

AB - No systematic review has focused on parental consenting procedures used in adolescent substance abuse treatment outcomes research. To address this gap, we examined parental consenting procedures in adolescent outcome studies (n = 34) published between 1980 and 2007. Although parental consent was required in 89% of adolescent treatment outcome studies we reviewed, consenting procedures were not routinely reported. We argue that parental consenting procedures should be routinely reported as a methodological feature of adolescent treatment outcome studies and, given concerns about sample bias in adolescent risk behavior research when parental consent is required, encourage outcomes researchers in this area to prospectively study the impact of consenting procedures on both the study participation rates and substance use reporting.

Parental Substance Abuse - SlideShare

Because parents who abuse alcohol or other drugs are more likely to be involved with domestic violence, divorce, unemployment, mental illness and legal problems, their ability to parent effectively is severely compromised.

Parental Substance Abuse and Family Reunification: …

N2 - No systematic review has focused on parental consenting procedures used in adolescent substance abuse treatment outcomes research. To address this gap, we examined parental consenting procedures in adolescent outcome studies (n = 34) published between 1980 and 2007. Although parental consent was required in 89% of adolescent treatment outcome studies we reviewed, consenting procedures were not routinely reported. We argue that parental consenting procedures should be routinely reported as a methodological feature of adolescent treatment outcome studies and, given concerns about sample bias in adolescent risk behavior research when parental consent is required, encourage outcomes researchers in this area to prospectively study the impact of consenting procedures on both the study participation rates and substance use reporting.

Effects of parental substance abuse on children

And a child whose parent’s substance abuse causes neglect might become injured because of failure to adequately child-proof the house or because of inadequate supervision, or even lack immunization and other routine well-child care.