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Substance Abuse And Child Maltreatment

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What Factors Contribute to Child Abuse and Neglect?


Substance Abuse Parental substance abuse is reported to be a contributing factor for between one- and two-thirds of maltreated children in the child welfare system.29 Research supports the association between substance abuse and child maltreatment.30 For example: • A retrospective study of maltreatment experience

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Drug Testing in Child Welfare: Practice and Policy ...


ways to address concurrent substance abuse and child maltreatment in families whose children have been placed in protective custody. Drug testing is one tool that child welfare workers often use to facilitate decision-making with these families. Drug testing refers to the use of various biologic .

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Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment


innovative approaches for addressing child maltreatment and substance abuse, but many have not. Given the prevalence of substance use disorders among the child welfare popula-tion, several approaches have been initiated to address this issue: Focus on early identification of at-risk families in substance abuse programs.

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Child Custody and Mothers with Substance Use Disorder ...


Parental substance abuse is a factor in approximately 50-79% of child welfare cases in which young children are removed from custody. It is a factor in 25 percent of cases with substantiated maltreatment.2 In these cases substance abuse treatment is usually an essential component of child welfare family plans.

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The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act


Child Syndrome,” an article that called attention to the incidence of severe physical abuse of children.8 The following years saw enactment of state laws requiring the reporting of child maltreatment and response by state and local authorities. CAPTA was enacted in 1974 as an acknowledgment of the problem of child abuse and neglect, and to ...

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Intimate Partner Violence and Child Abuse Considerations ...


Child abuse and neglect can have a tremendous impact on lifelong health and wellbeing if left untreated. For example, exposure to violence in childhood increases the risks of injury, future violence victimization and perpetration, substance abuse, sexually transmitted

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Understanding and Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect


child abuse and neglect. Primary prevention programs raise awareness among the public, service providers, and policymakers about the scope of issues involved in child maltreatment. Secondary prevention programs target populations with one or …

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Child Maltreatment 2019 - Administration for Children and ...


Child Maltreatment 2019 Letter ii Letter from the Associate Commissioner: Child Maltreatment 2019 is the 30th edition of the annual Child Maltreatment report series. States provide the data for this report through the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS). NCANDS was established in 1988 as a voluntary, national data collec-

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Child maltreatment is a considerable social and public health problem in the United States. In 2004, data collected from Child Protective Services (CPS) determined approximately 900,000 children in the United States were victims of child maltreatment and about 1,500 children died because of abuse or neglect (US DHHS, 2006).

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