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Bondi, Bianca C and Pepler, Debra J and Motz, Mary and Andrews, Naomi CZ (2020) Cumulative risk and protection measures data. Data in Brief , 32 .

Dillon, Lucy (2019) What works: sharing knowledge, improving children’s futures. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 71, Autumn 2019 , p. 9.

Trujillo, Carlos Andres and Obando, Diana and Trujillo, Angela (2019) An examination of the association between early initiation of substance use and interrelated multilevel risk and protective factors among adolescents. PLoS ONE , 14 , (12) , e0225384.

O'Dwyer, Kieran (2019) Reducing youth crime: the role of mentoring. Irish Probation Journal , 16 , pp. 153-167.

Grard, Adeline and Schreuders, Michael and Alves, Joana and Kinnunen, Jaana M and Richter, Matthias and Federico, Bruno and Kunst, Anton and Clancy, Luke and Lorant, Vincent (2019) Smoking beliefs across genders, a comparative analysis of seven European countries. BMC Public Health , 19 , (1) , p. 1321.

Syed, Shabeer and Gilbert, Ruth and Wolpert, Miranda (2018) Parental alcohol misuse and the impact on children: a rapid evidence review of service presentations and interventions. London: UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health.

Fitzsimmons, Peter and Teagher, William (2018) The cost of late intervention in Northern Ireland. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

Waddell, Stephanie and Jones, Naomi (2018) Intervening early to prevent gang and youth violence: the role of primary schools. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

Martin, Jack and McBride, Tim and Brims, Lucy and Doubell, Lara and Pote, Ines and Clarke, Aleisha (2018) Evaluating early intervention programmes: six common pitfalls, and how to avoid them. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

Ireland. Department of Children and Youth Affairs. (2018) Request for tenders 27 April 2018 for the development of evidence matrix for the quality and capacity building initiative. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

Smedslund, Geir and Wollscheid, Sabine and Fang, Lin and Nilsen, Wendy and Steiro, Asbjørn and Larun, Lillebeth (2017) Effect of early, brief computerized interventions on risky alcohol and cannabis use among young people. Campbell Systematic Reviews , 13 , (6) .

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. (2017) Drug misuse prevention: targeted interventions. London: NICE.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2015) International standards on drug use prevention. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Keane, Martin (2015) Evaluation of a mental health early-intervention programme for young people. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 54, Summer 2015 , pp. 21-22.

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Children (Amendment) Bill 2015 [Seanad]: Second Stage (Resumed). (24 Jun 2015)

O’Keeffe, L and O'Reilly, A and O’Brien, G and Buckley, R and Illback, RJ (2015) Description and outcome evaluation of Jigsaw: an emergent Irish mental health early intervention programme for young people. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 32 , (Special issue 01: youth mental health) , pp. 71-77.

Institute of Health Equity. (2014) Building children and young people’s resilience in schools. London: Public Health England.

Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service. (2014) Early intervention and prevention. London: Mentor ADEPSIS.

Department of Children and Youth Affairs. (2014) Better outcomes brighter futures. The national policy framework for children & young people 2014 - 2020. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Rochford, S and Doherty, N and Owens, S (2014) Prevention and early intervention in children and young people’s services: ten years of learning. Dublin: Centre for Effective Services.

Apantaku-Olajide, Tunde and James, Philip and Smyth, Bobby P (2014) Association of educational attainment and adolescent substance use disorder in a clinical sample. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse , 23 , (3) , pp. 169-176.

Darcy, Clay (2014) School based drug education and prevention programme (S.B.D.E.P.P) for 6th class pupils. Resource manual for youth workers. Dublin: Bray Youth Service & Bray Drugs Awareness Forum.

Royal College of Psychiatrists. [Royal College of Psychiatrists] Stimulant medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ‘protects against substance use disorders’. (12 Jul 2013)

Health Information and Quality Authority. (2012) National standards for the protection and welfare of children. For Health Service Executive children and family services. Cork: Health Information and Quality Authority.

Shannon, Geoffrey (2012) Fifth report of the Special Rapporteur on Child Protection. A report submitted to the Oireachtas. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

The Drug Education Forum. (2012) Beyond the lesson plan. Drug prevention and early intervention. London: The Drug Education Forum.

Ireland. Department of Children and Youth Affairs. (2012) Report on the Taskforce on the Child and Family Support Agency. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Ivers, Jo-Hanna H and McLoughlin, Valerie and Downes, Paul (2012) Current steps and future horizons for CASPr: review of CASPr North-East Inner City after schools project. Dublin: CASPr.

Furlong, Mairead and McGilloway, Sinead and Bywater, T and Hutchings, J and Smith, SM and Donnelly, M (2012) Behavioural and cognitive-behavioural group-based parenting programmes for early-onset conduct problems in children aged 3 to 12 years. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , (2) .

Share, Michelle and Doyle, Erika and Callahan, Amy and Greene, Sheila and Wachtler, Margaret and Boyd, Eimear (2011) Baseline evaluation of the Dublin Docklands Parent Child Home Programme. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Share, Michelle and McCarthy, Sandra (2011) The Early Learning Initiative’s Stretch to Learn Programme: baseline evaluation in primary schools in the Dublin Docklands. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Share, Michelle and McCarthy, Sandra and Greene, Sheila (2011) Baseline evaluation of Early Learning Initiative. Final report. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Share, Michelle and Kerrins, Liz and Greene, Sheila (2011) Developing early years professionalism. Evaluation of the Early Learning Initiative’s Professional Development Programme in community childcare centres in the Dublin Docklands. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Ireland. Department of Children and Youth Affairs. (2011) Children First: National guidance for the protection and welfare of children. Dublin: Government Publications.

Millar, Michelle A (2011) ‘Making a difference’ – an independent evaluation of the Incredible Years Programme in pre-schools in Galway city. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway.

Landy, Fergal and Forkan, Cormac and Canavan, John (2011) North Dublin Differential Response Model. early implementation report. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway.

Child and Family Research Centre,. Forkan, Cormac and Landy, Fergal (2011) An evaluation of the Identification of Need (ION) process in Sligo/Leitrim and Donegal. Sligo: Sligo Social Services Council.

Hope, Ann (2011) Hidden realities: children's exposure to risks from parental drinking in Ireland. Letterkenny: North West Alcohol Forum.

Ireland. Department of Children and Youth Affairs. McEvoy, Olivia and Smith, Martine (2011) Listen to our voices. Hearing children and young people living in the care of the State. Dublin: Government Publications.

McNicholas, Fiona and O'Connor, N and Bandyopadhyay, G and Doyle, P and O'Donovan, A and Belton, M (2011) Looked after children in Dublin and their mental health needs. Irish Medical Journal , 104 , (4) , pp. 105-108.

Children's Rights Alliance. (2011) Report card 2011. Dublin: Children's Rights Alliance.

(2011) Supporting information for the development of joint local protocols between drug and alcohol partnerships, children and family services. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

Walker, Janet and Donaldson, Cam (2011) Intervening to improve outcomes for vulnerable young people: a review of the evidence. London: Department of Education.

The Children's Society. (2011) You are not on your own. A booklet to help children and adults talk about a parent’s drinking. London: The Office of the Children's Commissioner .

Share, Michelle and Kerrins, Liz and Greene, Sheila (2011) Developing early years professionalism. The evaluation of the Early Learning Initiative’s professional development programme for community childcare settings in the Dublin Docklands. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Murphy, Candy (2010) From justice to welfare: the case for investment in prevention and early intervention. Dublin: Irish Prison Reform Trust; Barnardos; IAYPIC.

Bostock, Lisa (2010) Promoting resilience in fostered children and young people. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Irish Penal Reform Trust, Barnardos, Irish Association of Young People in Care. (2010) Shifting focus:from criminal justice to social justice. Building better and safer communities. Dublin: Irish Penal Reform Trust; Barnardos; IAYPC.

Children Acts Advisory Board. (2009) Best practice guidelines for the use and implementation of therapeutic interventions for children and young people in out of home care. Dublin: Children Acts Advisory Board.

Keane, Martin (2009) Assessment of early interventions for at-risk youth. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 29, Spring 2009 , p. 17.

Spoth, Richard and Greenberg, Mark and Turrisi, Robert (2008) Preventive interventions addressing underage drinking: state of the evidence and steps toward public health impact. Pediatrics , 121 , (Suppl 4) , S311-36.

Thomas, James and Vigurs, Carol-Ann and Oliver, Kathryn and Suarez, Bettina and Newman, Mark and Dickson, Kelly and Sinclair, Jenny (2008) Targeted youth support: Rapid evidence assessment of effective early interventions for youth at risk of future poor outcomes. London: Institute of Education, University of London.

Killinarden Drug Primary Prevention Group. (2008) KDPPG handbook 2008. On best practice guidelines between school and community life skills programme. Dublin: Killinarden Drug Primary Prevention Group .

Health Canada. (2008) Best practices: Early intervention, outreach and community linkages for youth with substance use problems. Ottawa: Health Canada.

Irish Youth Justice Service. (2008) National Youth Justice Strategy 2008 – 2010. Dublin: Stationery Office.

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Leader's questions [Youth]. (28 Feb 2007)

Peele, Stanton (2007) Addicton-proof your child: a realistic approach to preventing drug, alcohol,and other dependencies. New York: Three rivers Press .

Downes, Paul and Maunsell, Catherine (2007) Count us in: Tackling early school leaving in south west inner city Dublin: an integrated response. Dublin: South Inner City Community Development Association and South Inner City Local Drugs Task Force.

Copping On National Crime Awareness Initiative. (2007) Copping On National Crime Awareness Initiative: review 2005 & 2006. National crime awareness programme: a decade of training and education for change. Kildare: Copping On National Crime Awareness Initiative.

Drugscope, Alcohol Concern. (2006) Drugs: guidance for the youth service. London: Drugscope.

Cullen, Barry (2006) Report to Health Services Executive Regional Drug Coordinating Office (Waterford) on recommendations for developing adolescent substance misuse treatment services in the region. Dublin: Trinity College Dublin, Addiction Research Centre.

Scottish Executive Social Research Substance Misuse Programme. Myant, Katherine and Menzies, Justine (2006) Review of Choices for Life. Edinburgh: Stationery Office.

Stockwell, Tim and Gruenewald, Paul and Toumbouru, John W and Loxely, Wendy, eds. (2005) Preventing harmful substance use: the evidence base for policy and practice. Chichester: John Wiley .

Working Group on Treatment of Under 18 year Olds. (2005) Report of the Working Group on Treatment of Under 18 year olds presenting to treatment services with serious drug problems. [Dublin]: [Department of Health and Children].

National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. (2005) The importance of family dinners II. New York: Columbia University.The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.

Philips, Rena, ed. (2004) Children exposed to parental substance misuse: implications for family placement. London: British Association for Adoption and Fostering .

Kilbarrack Coast Community Programme. Farrington, David P (2004) A prevalence study of drug use by young people in a mixed suburban area. Dublin: National Advisory Committee on Drugs.

WRC Social and Economic Consultants Ltd. Ronayne, Tom (2003) Evaluation of the Young Peoples Facilities and Services Fund. Dublin: WRC Social and Economic Consultants.

St Aengus Youth Project. (2003) The Stay Project (St. Aengus Youth Project) annual report January - December 2002. Dublin: St Aengus Youth Project.

Kroll, Brynna and Taylor, Andy (2003) Parental substance misuse and child welfare. London: Jessica Kingsley .

Crome, Ilana and Richards, William and Bushell, Helen D (2002) How can risk be related to interventions for young people who misuse substances? Current Opinion in Psychiatry , 15 , (4) , pp. 355-360.

Powell, Jillian (2002) Drugs and your health. Health matters London: Hodder Wayland .

Mayock, Paula, ed. (2002) Drugs and drug problems: reporting on the perspectives of young people: proceedings of a half-day conference held in Robert Smith Lecture, Trinity Medical Centre, St. James's Hospital, Dublin 8 September 20th, 2000. Dublin: Children's Research Centre .

Carr, Mary (2002) Copping On National Crime Awareness Initiative: junior resource pack. Leixlip: Copping On National Crime Awareness Initiative .

Kelly, John and Karem, Brian (2002) Warning signs. A guidebook for parents : how to read the early signals of low self-esteem, addiction, and hidden violence in your kids. Washington, D.C.: LifeLine Press .

National Crime Council. (2002) Tackling the underlying causes of crime: a partnership approach: a consultation paper. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Ireland. Department of Education and Science, Ireland. Department of Health, Health Promotion Unit, National Youth Council of Ireland. (2002) Support pack for dealing with the drugs issue in out-of-school settings. Dublin: National Youth Health Programme.

Quinn, Marian (2001) Copping On National Crime Awareness Initiative: resource pack and facilitator's guidelines. Leixlip: Copping On National Crime Awareness Initiative .

Morgan, Mark and Hibell, Bjorn and Andersson, Barbro and Bjarnason, Thoroddur and Kokkevi, Anna and Narusk, Anu (1999) The ESPAD study: implications for prevention. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy , 6 , (2) , pp. 243-256.

Mendes, Fernando and Relvas, AP and Lourenco, Madalena and Reccio, JL and Pietralunga, S and Broyer, G and Bussac, Helene and Calafat, Amador and Stocco, Paolo (1999) Family relationships and primary prevention of drug use in early adolescence. Palma de Mollorca: IREFREA .

Hogan, Diane (1997) The social and psychological needs of children of drug users: report on exploratory study. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

McMahon, Robert J and De V. Peters, Ray, eds. (1996) Preventing childhood disorders, substance abuse, and delinquency. Baniff International Behavioural Science Series California: Sage .

Community Response. (1994) Community Response schools/ workshop competition 1993/94: drugs, HIV, is it for me? A selection of stories, poems and posters. Dublin: Community Response.

National Crime Prevention Council. (1993) McGruff's elementary drug prevention activity book. Arlington, US: National Crime Prevention Council.

Schinke, Steven P and Botvin, Gilbert J and Orlandi, Mario A (1991) Substance abuse in children and adolescents: evaluation and intervention. Developmental clinical psychology and psychiatry; Newbury Park Ca: Sage .

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