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A Family Perspective for Substance Abuse: Implications from the Literature, by Kenneth J Gruber and Melissa Floyd Taylor (now Melissa Floyd Pickard, published in the Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 2006, [copyright Taylor & Francis], available online at:
This paper calls for researchers and treatment providers to increase their recognition of the role that family and family functioning has for understanding the incidence and impact of substance abuse. Substance abuse is identified as a family problem by exploring its occurrence within families as well as its impact on marital relationship, family violence, and child abuse and neglect. The impact of substance abuse on the roles of spouses and parents are examined, as is the impact of substance abuse on children at various developmental stages. The role of the family as participant in active substance abuse as well as a valuable treatment resource is also explored. Finally, the authors present recommendations for increasing the focus on family in substance abuse research. http://libres.uncg.edu/ir/uncg/f/M_Floyd-Pickard_Family_2006.pdfCBS News. (n.d.). "Teen drug abuse: 14 mistakes parents make."
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