Parental alcohol use

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12 Nov 2021 - Department for Work and Pensions
An analysis of the second phase projects set up to test what works to reduce parental conflict.
12 Nov 2021 - Department for Work and Pensions
This report summarises evaluation findings from the Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) programme for the period from December 2019 to January 2021.
09 Nov 2021 - Scottish Government
This report presents the findings of a rapid evidence review of prevalence and harms relating to alcohol and drug use among children and young people.
14 Oct 2021 - Children and Youth Services Review Volume 131, December 2021, 106256
The U.S. has seen increased prevalence of substance use, child maltreatment, and child entry into out-of-home care (OOHC). This study tested whether Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams (START) were superior to usual child welfare services with...
07 Oct 2021 - Child Maltreatment Vol 26, ISSUE 3, 2021
Recent changes to federal legislation created a requirement for states to address the needs of infants with prenatal substance exposure. Understanding clinical outcomes among substance exposed infants prior to these changes is important for...
26 Jul 2021 - The centre for social justice
Problem debt ruins lives. The CSJ is reminded regularly by our Alliance of small charities of the way it tears families apart, the strain it puts on employment, and its close relationship with alcohol and substance dependency. The Money and Mental...
24 Jun 2021 - The Irish Examiner
Lack of access to childcare services cited as the most significant barrier to women in accessing treatment, new research suggests
08 Mar 2021 - Archives of Disease in Childhood
Estimates for the UK suggest that alcohol consumption during pregnancy and prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD)—the most common neurodevelopmental condition—are high. Considering the significant health and social impacts of FASD,...
17 Feb 2021 - The Herald
THE number of parents referred to official agencies over drugs and alcohol misuse has more than doubled since the start of pandemic, a new study has found.
02 Feb 2021 - Community Care
Despite its centrality in child protection policy and practice, the reserach base relating to the combined impact of parental mental ill-health, substance misuse and domestic abuse is lacking, a recent paper argues.