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Merkouris, Stephanie S and Rodda, Simone N and Dowling, Nicki A (2022) Affected other interventions: a systematic review and meta-analysis across addictions. Addiction , Early online .

Killaspy, Helen and Harvey, Carol and Brasier, Catherine and Brophy, Lisa and Ennals, Priscilla and Fletcher, Justine and Hamilton, Bridget (2022) Community-based social interventions for people with severe mental illness: a systematic review and narrative synthesis of recent evidence. World Psychiatry , 21 , (1) , pp. 96-123.

O'Brien, Niamh and Quinn, Nuala and Joyce, Birgitta and Bedford, Helen and Crushell, Ellen (2022) Emergency department utilisation by homeless children in Dublin, Ireland: a retrospective review. BMJ Paediatrics Open , 6 , (1) .

Mayock, Paula and Parker, Sarah and Murphy, Andrew (2021) Family ‘turning point’ experiences and the process of youth becoming homeless. Child & Family Social Work , 26 , (3) , pp. 415-424.

Cioffi, Camille C and DeGarmo, David S (2021) Improving parenting practices among fathers who misuse opioids: fathering through change intervention. Frontiers in Psychology , 12 , p. 683008.

McGovern, Ruth and Smart, Debbie and Alderson, Hayley and Araújo-Soares, Vera and Brown, Jamie and Buykx, Penny and Evans, Vivienne and Fleming, Kate and Hickman, Matt and Macleod, John and Meier, Petra and Kaner, Eileen (2021) Psychosocial interventions to improve psychological, social and physical wellbeing in family members affected by an adult relative's substance use: a systematic search and review of the evidence. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 18 , (4) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2021) Alcohol treatment matrix cell A5: Interventions - safeguarding the community. Drug and Alcohol Findings Alcohol Treatment Matrix .

Ivers, Jo-Hanna and Harris, Anita and McKeown, Pauline and Barry, Joe (2021) Mothers experiences of the Parenting Under Pressure Program (PuP) in a residential therapeutic community: A qualitative study. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs , 53 , (3) , pp. 230-237.

Lester, Sarah and Khatwa, Meena and Sutcliffe, Katy (2020) Service needs of young people affected by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs): a systematic review of UK qualitative evidence. Children and Youth Services Review , 118 , p. 105429.

Guiney, Ciara (2020) Reducing youth crime: role of mentoring. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 74, Summer 2020 , pp. 19-21.

McGinn, Tony and Best, Paul and Wilson, Jason and Chereni, Admire and Kamndaya, Mphatso and Shlonsky, Aron (2020) Family group decision-making for children at risk of abuse and neglect. Campbell Systematic Reviews , 16 , (3) .

McDonagh, Debbie and Connolly, Nuala and Devaney, Carmel (2019) “Bury don’t discuss”: the help-seeking behaviour of family members affected by substance-use disorders. Child Care in Practice , 25 , (2) , pp. 175-188.

Kelleher, Cathy (2018) The help-seeking behaviours of family members affected by substance-use disorders. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 67, Autumn 2018 , pp. 19-20.

MacArthur, Georgina and Caldwell, Deidre M and Redmore, James and Watkins, Sarah H and Kipping, Ruth and White, James and Chittleborough, Catherine and Langford, Rebecca and Er, Vanessa and Lingam, Raghu and Pasch, Keryn and Gunnell, David and Hickman, Matthew and Campbell, Rona (2018) Individual‐, family‐, and school‐level interventions targeting multiple risk behaviours in young people. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , (10) .

Dillon, Lucy (2018) A decade of the Strengthening Families Programme in Ireland. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 66, Summer 2018 , p. 21.

Dillon, Lucy (2018) Conference on drug use in families and communities. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 64, Winter 2018 , p. 23.

Doyle, Anne (2018) Ten-year celebration of National Family Support Network. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 64, Winter 2018 , pp. 21-22.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Intervene beyond the family to help young problem substance users. Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis , (21 July 2017) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Family therapies best for substance using teenagers. Drug and Alcohol Findings Review Analysis , (5 May 2017) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Collaborative care proceedings help keep London families together. Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis , 27 February 2017 .

McGivern, Aidan and McDonnell, Chloe (2015) Vulnerable families and drug use: examining care admissions of children of parents attending an Irish drug treatment facility. The Irish Social Worker , Spring , pp. 17-23.

Lyons, Suzi (2014) Stakeholder consultation on Hidden Harm. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 49, Spring 2014 , pp. 15-16.

Halpenny, Ann Marie (2012) Parenting and family support for families 'at risk' - implications from child abuse reports. Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies , 12 , (1) , pp. 88-98.

Keane, Martin (2010) Provision of social support for people with drug addictions. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 32, Winter 2009 , p. 18.

McGagh, Mary and Gunn, Emma and Lillis, Rachel (2009) Strengthening Families Programme: an inter-agency approach to working with families. Irish Probation Journal , 6 , pp. 115-125.

Iro, Chinedu and O'Connor, John J (2009) Dual diagnosis in a Dublin tertiary addiction centre – A cross-sectional study. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 26 , (4) , pp. 191-193.

McCrystal, Patrick and Percy, Andrew and Higgins, Kathryn (2008) Substance use among young people living in residential state care. Child Care in Practice , 14 , (2) , pp. 181-192.

Hogan, Diane (1998) Annotation - the psychological development and welfare of children of opiate and cocaine users: review and research needs. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry , 39 , (5) , pp. 609-620.

Hogan, Diane and Higgins, Louise (1997) Experiences of children of drug users: implications for youth & community workers. Irish Youth Work Scene , (20) , pp. 3-4.


Evans, David and Bingham, Tim and Hamza, Sarah and Keenan, Eamon (2022) Naloxone administration by addiction & homeless service providers in Ireland: 2018-2020. Drug insight report 2. Dublin: HSE National Social Inclusion Office.

Irish College of General Practitioners. (2022) Domestic violence and abuse recognition and management in general practice. Dublin: Irish College of General Practitioners.

Prevention and Early Intervention Network. (2022) Prevention and early intervention as the key to unlocking brighter futures. Dublin: PEIN.

Giacomello, Corina (2022) Children whose parents use drugs promising practices and recommendations. Strasbourg: Council of Europe International Cooperation Group on Drugs and Addictions.

Ireland. Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth. (2022) Supporting parents: a national model of parenting support services. Dublin: Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth.

Adfam. (2022) Families and gambling: a resource toolkit for working with families affected by gambling. London: Adfam.

Whittaker, Anne and Elliott, Lawrie and Taylor, Julie and Dawe, Sharon and Harnett, Paul and Stoddart, Andrew and Littlewood, Peter and Robertson, Roy and Farquharson, Barbara and Strachan, Heather (2022) The Parents under Pressure parenting programme for families with fathers receiving treatment for opioid dependence: the PuP4Dads feasibility study. Southampton: NIHR Journals Library.

Corbett, Maria and Coulter, Carol (2021) Ripe for Reform: An Analytical Review of Three Years of Court Reporting on Child Care Proceedings. Dublin: Child Care Law Reporting Project.

National Review Panel. (2021) National Review Panel annual report 2020. Dublin: Tusla.

Government of Scotland. (2021) A review of the existing literature and evidence on young people experiencing harms from alcohol and drugs in Scotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Fuller, Caroline and Hansen Rodriguez, Gisela (2021) The children's rights perspective in addiction services. Hamburg: Dianova.

Merchants Quay Ireland. (2021) A space of her own. The need for gender specific services for women experiencing homelessness and addiction. Dublin: Merchants Quay Ireland.

Irish Penal Reform Trust. (2021) Piecing it together: supporting children and families with a family member in prison in Ireland. Dublin: Irish Penal Reform Trust.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2021) Tusla Child and Family Agency corporate plan 2021 – 2023. Dublin: Tusla.

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown drug and alcohol task force. (2021) Dun Laoghaire Rathdown drug and alcohol task force (DLRDATF) community consultation process: consultation report. Dublin: Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Drug and Alcohol Task Force.

Child Care Law Reporting Project. (2021) Child Care Law Reporting Project. Case reports 2021 volume 1. Dublin: Child Care Law Reporting Project.

Ombudsman for Children’s Office. Muldoon, Niall (2021) Ombudsman for Children annual report 2020. Dublin: Ombudsman for Children’s Office.

Public Health England. (2021) Parents with alcohol and drug problems: guidance for adult treatment and children and family services. London: Gov.UK.

Adfam. (2021) Toolkit for practitioners supporting families affected by someone else's co-occurring mental ill-health and substance misuse conditions (dual diagnosis). London: Adfam.

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. (2021) The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children report and financial statements for the year ended 30 September 2019/20. Dublin: Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

Cordis Bright. Hogan-Lloyd, Caitlin and Horswell, Colin and Langdon-Shreeve, Suzie (2021) Examination of the links between parental conflict and substance misuse and the impacts on children’s outcome. London: Department for Work and Pensions.

Focus Ireland. (2021) Restating our vision 2021-25. Dublin: Focus Ireland.

Family Engagement Project Partners. (2021) Ask the family! Family perspectives on whole family support and family inclusive practice. Glasgow: Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs.

Geiran, Vivian (2021) Drogheda: creating a bridge to a better future. Community safety & wellbeing: report of a scoping review for the Department of Justice. Dublin: Department of Justice.

Child Care Law Reporting Project. (2021) Child Care Law Reporting Project. Case reports 2020 volume 2. Dublin: Child Care Law Reporting Project.

North Dublin regional drug & alcohol task force. (2021) 2020 North Dublin alcohol & drug service directory. Dublin: North Dublin regional drug & alcohol task force.

Templeton, Lorna (2020) Supporting adults bereaved through substance use with the 5-Step Method intervention. London: Alcohol Change UK.

Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs. (2020) Lockdown and beyond: a COVID insights report. Glasgow: Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs.

Brown, Rebecca and Alderson, Hayley (2020) Mapping alcohol use through the care system. London: Alcohol Change UK.

Alcohol Action Ireland. (2020) Operation Encompass Ireland. Dublin: Alcohol Action Ireland.

Irish Prison Service. (2020) IPS family information booklet. Longford: Irish Prison Service.

National Family Support Network. (2020) Supporting families affected by substance misuse: quality standards and group guidelines. Dublin: National Family Support Network.

Health Information and Quality Authority. (2020) Annual overview report on the inspection and regulation of children’s services – 2019. Dublin: HIQA.

Family Resource Centre National Forum. (2020) FRCs: supporting families during the Covid-19 crisis. Dublin: Family Resource Centre National Forum.

Adfam. (2020) State of the sector 2019. Drug and alcohol family support. London: Adfam.

Asmussen, Kirsten and Fischer, Freyja and Drayton, Elaine and McBride, Tom (2020) Adverse childhood experiences: what we know, what we don't know, and what should happen next. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

World Health Organization. (2020) The impact of COVID-19 on mental, neurological and substance use services: results of a rapid assessment. Geneva: WHO.

Devaney, Carmel and Crosse, Rosemary and Rodriguez, Leonor and Silke, Charlotte (2020) A study of Tusla - Child and Family Agency’s actions and decision-making process following An Garda Síochána’s application of Section 12 of the Child Care Act 1991. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway.

Community Awareness of Drugs. (2019) Community Awareness of Drugs annual report 2018. Dublin: Community Awareness of Drugs.

Morton, Sarah and Curran, Megan (2019) Fostering understanding, empowering change: practice responses to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and intergenerational patterns of domestic violence. Tipperary: Cuan Saor Women’s Refuge.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2019) Tusla Child and Family Agency annual report 2018. Dublin: Tusla.

Munro, Eileen and Devine, Marie (2019) TUSLA parent survey overview report. Dublin: Tusla.

O'Dwyer, Kieran and Kelliher, S and Bowes, J (2019) Prisoners returning home: prisoners and family reintegration. Dublin: Childhood Development Initiative.

Comiskey, Catherine (2019) Responses to the needs of children of people who use drugs. Background paper commissioned by the EMCDDA for Health and social responses to drug problems: a European guide. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

McGregor, Caroline and Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse (2018) Public awareness of parenting, prevention and family support services: population survey final report. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway.

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.

Social Care Institute for Excellence. (2018) Strengths-based social care for children, young people and their families. SCIE, Leeds City Council and Shared Lives Plus.

Morrin, Helen and O'Donoghue-Hynes, Bernie (2018) A report on the 2016 and 2017 families who experienced homelessness in the Dublin region. Dublin: Dublin Region Homeless Executive.

Adfam. (2018) Changing lives: using peer support to promote access to services for family members affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol use. London: Adfam.

National Strengthening Families Council of Ireland. (2018) Strengthening Families Programme 10 year outcomes in Ireland. Dublin: NSFCI.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2018) Tusla corporate plan 2018 - 2020. Dublin: Tusla.

Early Intervention Foundation. (2018) Why reducing parental conflict matters for the NHS. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

Lambert, Sharon (2018) Impact of drug and alcohol related deaths on families. Dublin: The National Family Support Agency.

Walsh, Kathy and Harvey, Brian (2017) Finding a home: families’ journeys out of homelessness. Dublin: Focus Ireland.

Smith, Lauren (2017) ESSS outline. Parental substance misuse and social worker intervention. Glasgow: Iriss.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2017) Tusla annual report 2016. Dublin: Tusla.

Mayock, Paula and Parker, Sarah (2017) Living in limbo. Homeless young people’s paths to housing. Dublin: Focus Ireland.

United Kingdom. Department for Work and Pensions. (2017) Improving lives: helping workless families. London: Department of Work and Pensions.

Middlequarter Limited. (2017) Review of the National Quality Standards Framework for youth work (NQSF): final review report. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

Velthuis, Sandra, ed. Hughes, Zoe and O'Sullivan, Liam (2016) Family carer training. A resource for those working with family carers. Dublin: Care Alliance Ireland.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2016) Domestic, sexual & gender based violence services. Working report on 2015 services, activities and use: towards evidence informed services. Dublin: Tusla.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2016) Tusla annual report 2015. Dublin: Tusla.

National Review Panel. (2016) Composite review report on the deaths of five young people who were known to child protection services. Dublin: Tusla.

McDonagh, Debbie and Walshe, Orla (2016) Western Region Drugs and Alcohol Task Force: family support strategy 2017-2020. Galway: Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force.

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.

Isard, Philip (2016) A social return on investment report on the value of family support for families coping with addiction issues. Dublin: National Family Support Network.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2015) Assessment, consultation and therapy service annual report 2014 and service plan 2015. Dublin: Tusla.

McMonagle, Helen (2015) Alcohol-related brain injury a guide for families. Letterkenny: Alcohol Forum.

Health Information and Quality Authority. (2015) National standards for special care units. Dublin: Health Information and Quality Authority.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2015) Tusla Child and Family Agency corporate plan 2015-2017. Dublin: Tusla.

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, Social Care Institute for Excellence. (2015) Promoting the quality of life of looked-after children and young people. London: NICE.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2015) Meitheal toolkit. Tusla.

Ryan report monitoring group. (2015) Ryan report implementation plan fourth progress report December 2014. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

Walsh, Kathy and Harvey, Brian (2015) Family experiences of pathways into homelessness. Dublin: The Housing Agency.

Clinks, DrugScope, Homeless Link, Mind. (2014) Voices from the frontline. Listening to people with multiple needs and those who support them. London: Making Every Adult Matter Coalition.

Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service. (2014) Involving families affected by substance use in alcohol and drug education. London: Mentor ADEPSIS.

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

Gillen, Aisling and Landy, Fergal and Devaney, Carmel and Canavan, John (2013) Guidance for the implementation of an area based approach to prevention, partnership and family support. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

McElvaney, Rosaleen and Tatlow-Golden, Mimi and Webb, Roisin and Lawlor, Eilis and Merriman, Brian (2013) Someone to care: the mental health needs of children and young people in the care and youth justice system. Dublin: Children's Mental Health Coalition.

Scottish Goverment. (2013) Getting our priorities right: updated good practice guidelines for all agencies and practitioners working with children, young people and families affected by problematic alcohol and/or drug use. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Ireland. Department of Children and Youth Affairs. Denyer, Sean and Sheehan, Aisling and Bowser, Avery (2013) Every child a home: a review of the implementation of the youth homelessness strategy. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Devaney, Carmel and Canavan, John and Landy, Fergal and Gillen, Aisling (2013) What works in family support? Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Coen, Liam and Canavan, John and Brennan, Mark (2012) Mol an Óige/Family Preservation: final evaluation report. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI, Galway; HSE West (Mayo and Roscommon) Child and Family Services.

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.

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 and Gibbons, Norah (2012) Report of the Independent Child Death Review Group 2000-2010. Dublin: Government Publications.

Health Service Executive. (2012) Review of adequacy for HSE children and families services 2010. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Copello, Alex and Templeton, Lorna (2012) The forgotten carers: Support for adult family members affected by a relative’s drug problems. London: UK Drug Policy Commission.

Harvey, Brian (2012) Downsizing the community sector. Changes in employment and services in the voluntary and community sector in Ireland, 2008-2012. Dublin: Irish Congress of Trade Unions.

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.

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

City of Dublin Youth Services Board. (2012) National Quality Standards Framework: Information notes for services. Dublin: CDYSB.

Taplin, Stephanie and Mattick, Richard P (2011) Child protection and mothers in substance abuse treatment. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

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

Irish Association of Social Workers. (2011) A call for change: discussion document. Children and families social workers make their voices heard. Dublin: Irish Association of Social Workers.

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

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.

Health Service Executive. (2011) Child protection and welfare practice handbook. Kildare: Health Service Executive.

Belfast Drug and Alcohol Working Group. (2011) Scoping report on drugs and alcohol services in Belfast. Belfast: Public Health Agency.

National Review Panel for Serious Incidents & Child Deaths. (2011) National review panel annual report 2010. Kildare: Health Service Executive.

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

Mills, Geraldine and Irwin, Orla, eds. Sixsmith, Jane and D'Eath, M (2011) An independent evaluation of the strengthening families programme in the WRDTF region. Galway: TheWestern Region Drugs Task Force.

Lutragroup. Kumpfer, Karol (2011) Strengthening Families Programme (SFP 12-16): year 3 evaluation report. Dublin: Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force.

Fives, Allyn and Kennan, Danielle and Canavan, John and Brady, Bernadine and Cairns, David (2010) Study of young carers in the Irish population. Executive summary. Dublin: Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs.

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

Buckley, Helen and Corrigan, Carmel and Kerrins, Liz (2010) Report of an audit of child protection research in Ireland 1990-2009. Dublin: Children's Act Advisory Board.

Ballymun Network. (2010) More than the sum of its parts : an evaluation of Ballymun Network for assisting Children and young people (2005-2010). An interagency initiative for the coordination of children’s services in Ireland. Summary report. Dublin: Ballymun Network.

Galvani, Sarah (2010) Supporting families affected by substance use and domestic violence. London: Adfam, University of Bedfordshire and Stella Project.

Health Service Executive. (2009) Review of adequacy of services for children and families 2008. Kildare: Health Service Executive.

Barnardos. (2009) Written out, written off: Failure to invest in education deprives children of their potential. [Dublin]: Barnardos.

Bates, T and Illback, RJ and Scanlan, F and Carroll, L (2009) Somewhere to turn to, someone to talk to. Dublin: Headstrong – The National Centre for Youth Mental Health.

Buckley, Helen and Whelan, Sadhbh (2009) Putting research evidence to work: key issues for research utilisation in Irish children’s services. Dublin: Children Acts Advisory Board.

Barnardos. Butler, Shane (2008) Families under the influence. Dublin: The National Children’s Resource Centre, Barnardos.

Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. (2008) State of the Nation’s Children Ireland 2008. Dublin: The Stationery Office.

Lynch, Catherine (2008) Support for the childcare initiative fund: report of evaluation. Dublin: Ballyfermot Advance.

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.

Office of the Minister for Children. McGee, Hannah and Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse and Hanafin, Sinead and Brooks, Anne-Marie and Brady, Gerry and Roche, Gillian and McKeever, Reamonn and Molcho, Michal (2007) State of the nation's children 2006. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Ireland. Department of Health and Children, Ireland. Office of the Minister for Children. (2006) The development and implementation of child impact statements in Ireland. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Turning Point. (2006) Bottling it up: the effects of alcohol misuse on children, parents and families. London: Turning Point.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. (2006) NTA guidance for local partnerships on user and carer involvement. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

Leopold, Beate and Steffan, Elfriede (2005) Special needs of children of drug misusers. Consultants final report. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

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].

Stella Project. (2004) Domestic violence, drugs and alcohol: good practice guidelines. [Executive summary]. London: Stella Project.

Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit, Partnership Drugs Initiative, Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland. (2003) Services for young people with problematic drug misuse: a guide to principles and practice. Edinburgh: Substance Misuse Division, Scottish Executive.

Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. (2003) Hidden harm: responding to the needs of children of problem drug users. London: Home Office.

Scotland. Scottish Executive. (2003) Getting our priorities right: good practice guidance for working with children and families affected by substance misuse. Edinburgh: Stationery Office.

Kearney, Patricia and Levin, Enid and Rosen, Gwen (2003) Alcohol, drug and mental health problems: working with families. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Barrett, Mags and Burnett, Tracy and Calvo, Mayte and Conlon, Stephanie and Coveney, Emer and Cozma, Otilia and Kelly, Michelle and Kilkenny, Anna and Majola, Akiem and Power, Sharon and Trujillo, Begona and Wallace, Jennifer and Wanzenböck, Jessica and Barrett, Pat and Watson, Tanya (2003) Guidelines for intercultural best practice in local service provision. Dublin: Intercultural Working Group of the North West Inner City.

Bancroft, Angus and Carty, Amanda and Cunningham-Burley, Sarah and Backett-Milburn, Katherine (2002) Support for the families of drug users: a review. [Edinburgh]: Substance Misuse Division, Scottish Executive.

Trinity College Dublin. Children's Research Centre. Halpenny, Ann Marie and Keogh, Anna Fiona and Gilligan, Robbie (2002) A place for children? Children in families living in emergency accommodation: the perspectives of children, parents and professionals. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Hogan, Diane and Higgins, Louise (2001) When parents use drugs: key findings from a study of children in the care of drug-using parents. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Kelleher, Patricia and Kelleher, Carmel and Corbett, Maria (2000) Left out on their own: young people leaving care in Ireland; executive summary. Dublin: Focus Ireland.

Craig, Gary (2000) What works in community development with children? Illford: Barnardo's.

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.

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

New Opportunities for Women. (1995) Making their mark: the experiences of childcare projects within the NOW programme in Ireland. Dublin: NOW Ireland.


Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2022) Tusla performance and activity reporting site. URL: https://www.tusla.ie/data-figures/

Children & young people’s services committees. (2021) Children & young people’s services committees - directory. URL: https://www.dublincypscdirectory.ie/

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2017) Online policy and practice briefings: Adult family members of people with drug problems. URL: http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/best-practice/briefing...


Movendi International. (2022) A week for children of households with alcohol problems. Stockholm: Movendi International.

Department of Health. (2021) Budget 2022 health measures for National Drugs Strategy. Dublin: Department of Health.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Joint Sub-Committee on Mental Health debate - Addiction Services. (14 Jun 2022)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 692 – Drug and alcohol services budget [6217/22]. (08 Feb 2022)

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann debate. Written answer 96 - Youth services [60723/21]. (08 Dec 2021)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Other questions - Departmental funding. (13 Jul 2021)

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann Debate. Written answer 346 - child and adolescent mental health services data. (03 Jul 2018)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 137. - Children in care [2206/15]. (22 Jan 2015)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answers 113 & 126 - youth services. [23996/12, 23997/12]. (15 May 2012)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 105 - Child and Family Support Agency [24025/12]. (15 May 2012)


Ballyfermot Advance Project. (2009) D10 drug and related services directory. Dublin: Ballyfermot Advance Project .

Merchants Quay Ireland. (2003) Pieces of the jigsaw: six reports addressing homelessness and drug use in Ireland. Dublin: Merchants Quay Ireland .

Barnardo's. Beresford, Bryony and Sloper, Patricia and Baldwin, Sally and Newman, Tony (1996) What works in services for families with a disabled child? Illford: Barnardo's .


National Family Support Network. (2020) National Family Support Network newsletter. August 2020 . Dublin: National Family Support Network.

Tallaght Drugs Task Force. (2011) Tallaght Drugs Task Force: annual review 2010 and newsletter. Issue 1 January . Dublin: Tallaght Drugs Task Force.

Conference or Workshop Item

Kelleher, Cathy (2021) Characteristics of concerned persons accessing addiction treatment services in their own right: a secondary analysis of existing Irish health data for 2010-2020. In: SSA annual conference 2021, 4 - 5 November 2021, Virtual.

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

Health Service Executive, Child and Family Services. (2014) Hidden harm stakeholder consultation. In: Hidden Harm Stakeholder Consultation, 28th January 2014, Radisson Hotel Sligo.


Hollywood, Eleanor (2020) Children who live in disadvantaged areas: a case study of the health and well-being perceptions and experiences of school-aged children and their families. PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin.


Addiction Professionals, Adfam. (2021) Webinar: Parents with drug and alcohol problems: how can we provide the best interventions? Addiction Professionals.

International Society of Substance Use Professionals. (2020) Supporting the families of substance users. London: ISSUP.


(2021) The hidden harm of alcohol during the pandemic. RTE Drivetime.


Cork City Partnership. (2015) Directory of drug and alcohol services in Cork and Kerry. Cork City Partnership;Health Service Executive; Cork Local Drugs and Alcohol Task Force and Southern Regional Drug and alcohol Task Force, Cork.


[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Children 'still dying in their hundreds' from drugs, warns support organisation. (23 Mar 2021)

[RTE News] , Tobin, Sharon Addiction services see major increase in demand. (25 Nov 2020)

[Citywide] Citywide pre-budget Submission. (15 Oct 2020)

Mental Health Ireland, Alcohol Action Ireland. [Alcohol Action Ireland] AAI | MHI – call for investment in trauma-informed services to support COVID-19 recovery. (13 May 2020)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac More needs to be done to stop 'devastating and preventable' drug deaths, support group says. (01 Feb 2020)

[National Family Support Network] Who attends Family Support Groups? - NFSN survey, 2018 - results in! (20 Nov 2018)

[Irish Times] , Wayman, Sheila ‘My mummy didn’t wake up this morning’. (18 Sep 2018)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Self-help group calls on State to support drug bereavement service. (12 Sep 2018)

[Irish Times] , Holland, Kitty Treatment of drug users can worsen mental health issues – study. (12 Sep 2018)

[Irish Examiner] , Murray, Niall Programme to support kids of mental health patients. (06 Sep 2018)

[The ECHO] Meeting for carers looking after children due to their parent’s drug or alcohol use. (05 Jun 2018)

[Irish Examiner] , Shanahan, Catherine Calls to roll out family intervention programme. (23 Jun 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Case studies: Catch 22 for those who help grandkids due to family drug addiction. (23 Mar 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Brien, Kelly Strategy for troubled teens threatened by lack of funds. (13 Apr 2015)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Doherty, Caroline Beds lie idle but children denied psychiatric care. (22 Mar 2013)

Health Service Executive. [HSE Website] Figures of Children who died while in Care 2000-2010. (28 May 2010)

This list was generated on Wed Jun 29 04:11:49 2022 IST.