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McGovern, R and Gilvarry, Eilish and Addison, M and Alderson, Michael and Carr, L and Geijer-Simpson, E and Hrisos, N and Lingam, R and Minos, D and Smart, D and Kaner, Eileen (2018) Addressing the impact of non-dependent parental substance misuse upon children. A rapid review of the evidence of prevalence, impact and effective interventions. London: Public Health England.

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This review examines the evidence of the impact of non-dependent parental substance misuse upon children and effective interventions for dependent and non-dependent substance misusing parents. It is intended that the evidence synthesised will be of benefit to practitioners and decision-makers within Local Authorities and their health and third sector partners in responding to the needs of substance misusing parents and their children, particularly those affected by high risky levels of misuse. The term parental substance misuse is used throughout to denote non-dependent levels of alcohol and/or drug misuse. When the source studies examine only alcohol or only drug misuse the terms parental alcohol or parental drug misuse will be used.


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