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Darker, Catherine D and Palmer, Deirdre and O'Reilly, G and Whiston, Lucy and Smyth, Bobby P (2015) Young people in drug treatment in Ireland: their views on substance use aetiology, trajectory, parents’ role in substance use and coping skills. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 32 , (3) , pp. 247-258.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Bingham, Tim (2012) Mothers' experiences of their children's detoxification in the home: results from a pilot study. Community Practitioner , 85 , (7) , pp. 30-33.

Gillen, Eamonn and Stack, Aoife and Cahill, Helen (2011) What’s Working for Children conference. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 38, Summer 2011 , pp. 5-6.

Clarke, Brid (1994) Drug using parents - the child care issues. Irish Social Worker , 12 , (2) , p. 9.

News

[Irish Examiner] , Baker, Noel Parents ‘over-reliant’ on medication to treat mental health issues. (19 Jun 2014)

Report

Shannon, Geoffrey (2017) Audit of the exercise by An Garda Síochána of the provisions of Section 12 of the Child Care Act 1991. Dublin: An Garda Siochana.

Williams, James and Nixon, Elizabeth and Smyth, Emer and Watson, Dorothy, eds. (2016) Cherishing all the children equally? Ireland 100 years on from the Easter Rising. Dublin: Oak Tree Press.

Murray, Mary, ed. (2016) Family support handbook. Information for families affected by someone’s drug and alcohol use. Galway: Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force.

Geaney, Clara (2016) Supporting women to access treatment. Dublin: Ballyfermot Local Drugs and Alcohol Taskforce.

Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force. (2015) Multi-agency parents drug education initiative. Galway: Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force.

Ireland. Department of Children and Youth Affairs. (2015) High-policy statement on supporting parents and families. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

Children's Rights Alliance. (2015) Children’s Rights Alliance report card 2015. Dublin: Children's Rights Alliance.

Coulter, Carol (2014) Child Care Law Reporting Project: second interim report. Dublin: Child Care Law Reporting Project.

Barnardos. (2014) Patients. parents. people. Towards integrated supports and services for families experiencing mental health difficulties. Dublin: Barnardos.

Children's Rights Alliance. (2014) Report card 2014. Dublin: Children's Rights Alliance.

Cullen, Barry (2012) Happy parent initiative: (HP1) a review report. Dublin: Blue Drum and the Family Support Agency.

Safe Ireland. (2012) SAFE Ireland domestic violence services national statistics 2011. Dublin: Safe Ireland.

National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Alcohol Action Ireland, HSE Social Inclusion Department. (2011) A family affair? Supporting children living with parental substance misuse. A report of a national conference held in November 2011. Dublin: National Advisory Committee on Drugs.

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.

Public Health Agency, Health and Social Care Board. (2009) Hidden harm action plan. Responding to the needs of children born to and living with parental alcohol and drug misuse in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.

O'Mahony, John, ed. (2008) Let's talk drugs: How to talk to your children about drugs. Cork: Irish Examiner.

Hayes, Noirin and Ilan, Jonathan and Kelly, Sinead (2008) ‘Our opinions matter’: Action research project with parents and children in the Canal Communities. Final report to Canal Communities Partnership 2008. Dublin: Canal Communities Partnership.

Best Health for Children. (2002) Investing in parenthood to achieve best health for children. The supporting parents strategy. Dublin: Best Health for Children.

Dowries, Paul and Murray, Simone (2002) Evaluation of the Ana Liffey Children's Project. Dublin: Ana Liffey Drug Project.

Riordan, Sinéad (2002) Final evaluation report of the teen parents support initiative. Dublin: Department of Health and Children.

Riordan, Sinéad (2002) "I hadn't a penny": a review of state income supports available to young parents. Dublin: Department of Health and Children.

Doran, Jennifer and Ni Chualain, Cliona (2000) Childcare needs of drug using parents in Clondalkin. (Unpublished) Dublin: Clondalkin Drug Task Force.

Health Research Board. Drugs Misuse Research Division. Moran, Rosalyn (1999) The availability, use and evaluation of the provision of crèche facilities in association with drug treatment. Dublin: Health Research Board.

Evidence resource

Mentor, Adfam. (2017) Talking to your children about new psychoactive substances and club drugs. A handbook for parents and carers. London: Mentor and Adfam. 41 p.

Adfam. (2017) When parents take drugs. London: Adfam. 23 p.

Mentor. (2017) Kinship care: children cared for by family and friends. Edinburgh: Mentor. 140 p.

Mentor International. [Mentor Foundation] (2015) Drug prevention for parents. London: Mentor. 11 p.

National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, National Drug Research Institute. [NDARC] (2014) Illegal drugs: what you need to know. Parent version. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. 17 p.

National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. [NDARC] (2014) Supporting pregnant women who use alcohol or other drugs - a guide for primary health care professionals. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. 32 p.

Barlow, Jane and Smailagic, Nadja and Huband, Nick and Roloff, Verena and Bennett, Cathy [Campbell Systematic Reviews] . (2012) Group-based parent training programmes for improving parental psychosocial health. Coventry: The Campbell Collaboration. Campbell Systematic Reviews, 8 (15) 197 p. DOI:10.4073/csr.2012.15

Turnbull, Catherine and Osborn, David A [The Cochrane Library] . (2012) Home visits during pregnancy and after birth for women with an alcohol or drug problem. London: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (1) Art. No.: CD004456. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD004456.pub3.

Whittaker, Anne [NHS Lothian] . (2003) Substance use in pregnancy. A resource pack for professionals in Lothian. Edinburgh: NHS Lothian. 199 p.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] 249. Deputy Jack Wall asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the parent based support groups against drug or illicit substances uses that his Department funds or has contact with. [3992/08]. (06 Feb 2008)

Book

Drug & Alcohol Programme and Teen Counselling. (2011) Don't lose the head: a support booklet for parents/guardians in dealing with issues of drugs & alcohol in the family. Dublin: Crosscare Drug & Alcohol Programme .

Drug & Alcohol Programme and Teen Counselling. (2008) Don't lose the head: a support booklet for parents/guardians in dealing with issues of drugs & alcohol in the family. Dublin: Crosscare Drug & Alcohol Programme .

Canavan, John and Dolan, Pat and Pinkerton, John, eds. (2000) Family support: direction from diversity. London: Jessica Kingsley .

Conference or Workshop Item

Family Support Network. (2014) 5-step method presentations. In: 5-step method conference, 11 November 2014, Croke Park, Dublin.

Teaching Resource

National Family Support Network. (2015) Young persons’ support programme. Dublin: National Family Support Network.

Perception of social support/order.Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – social networks / peer relationships.

Parental risk factors. Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – parenting.

Parental regulation. Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – parenting.

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