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They das the most vulnerable and endangered individuals in Ay. That is the grim finding Nww The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University CASA two-year exhaustive analysis of the available data on child abuse and neglect; an unprecedented CASA Black woman at dss New Washoe City survey of professionals working in the field of child welfare; a review of more than professional articles, books and reports; six case studies of innovations in the field and numerous in-depth interviews with judges, child welfare officials and social workers on the frontlines.
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Parental neglect of children is a consequence of substance abuse and addiction and such neglect often leads to sexual or physical abuse by others. While three-fourths InCASA conducted the first survey about substance abuse and addiction ever undertaken of frontline professionals in child welfare agencies and family courts.
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The responding professionals hail from every state, and from inner city, suburban and rural areas. This survey reveals a corps of professionals Ladies looking nsa Reeves Louisiana 70658 the alarm and crying out for help.
The picture of child abuse and neglect in America that they paint is colored with alcohol and drug abuse and addiction. Eight of 10 professionals surveyed For these child welfare workers confronting parental maltreatment of children, marijuana can hardly be considered a benign substance.
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The human costs are incalculable: For some of these children it may be possible to cauterize the bleeding, but the scars of drug- and alcohol-spawned parental abuse and neglect are likely to be permanent. Parental substance abuse does not fester in a cocoon.
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Most parents involved with child welfare systems are women since so many men have walked out on their parental responsibilities. This violent storm of parental drug and alcohol abuse and addiction has overwhelmed the dedicated army of more thancaseworkers, judges, lawyers and child advocates in the nation's 1, state, county and private child welfare agencies, 1, family courts and thousands of foster care and adoption agencies.
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Few caseworkers and judges who decide for these children have been tutored in substance abuse and addiction. While most child welfare officials say they have dsz some training, usually it involves brief, one-shot seminars that last as little as two hours. For judges, training tends to be on-the-job.
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Such training is woefully inadequate for the profound decisions that these officials are called upon to make for these vulnerable children. Despite the sharp rise in cases of child abuse and neglect involving alcohol and drugs, the number of families receiving in-home services from caseworkers has dropped 58 percent, from 1.
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Substance abuse and addiction has shaken the foundations of the nation's child welfare systems and fundamentally changed the nature of the tasks required of the professionals involved. Physical and sexual abuse and neglect are striking younger and younger children and a growing number of babies. As the role of substance abuse has increased, Neew age of the victimized children has gone down.
Many fetuses are exposed to alcohol, illegal drugs and tobacco during pregnancy: Each year, some 20, infants are abandoned at birth or are kept at hospitals to protect them from substance-abusing parents.
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Today most cases Wazhoe abuse and neglect by substance-abusing parents involve children under five. Generations ago, child welfare workers were able to concentrate on care of the children; for them, reconstituting the natural family was a happy result and it was often just a matter of getting an unemployed parent a job or helping husband and wife deal with an intense but passing personal crisis.
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This shift in focus has changed the way parents and children see caseworkers and the way these workers view themselves, immeasurably complicating their task of protecting children css either putting the birth family back together again or placing the child with another set of parents.
This shift also threatens to criminalize a process that xt be driven by treatment, healthcare and compassion for both child and parent. Drug and alcohol abuse has thrown into doubt a fundamental tenet of child welfare: Wadhoe welfare workers have long viewed terminating parental rights as a failure. But alcohol, crack cocaine and other drug abuse has shattered this time-honored precept.
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Where drug- and alcohol-abusing and addicted parents are concerned, the failure often rests in perpetuating such rights at the expense of the child's development. There is an irreconcilable clash between the rapidly ticking clock of cognitive and physical development for the abused and neglected child and the slow motion clock of recovery for the parent addicted to alcohol or drugs.
In the earliest years, the clock of child development runs at supersonic speed--intellectually, physically, emotionally and spiritually. For the cognitive development of young children, weeks are windows of early life that can never be reopened.
For the parent, recovery from drug or alcohol addiction takes time--certainly months and often years--and relapse, especially during initial periods of recovery, is common. Black woman at dss New Washoe City fixes and cold turkey turnarounds are the rare exception for alcohol and drug addicts and abusers. Bluntly put, the time Wives want nsa PA Ashville 16613 parents need to conquer Ladies looking sex tonight Dania substance abuse and addiction can pose a serious threat to their children who may suffer permanent damage during this phase of rapid development.
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