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Implications for organizational change.Parental Substance Use Disorders and Child Maltreatment 5 in its study that the lower estimate (one-third) may be based on in-home child welfare cases in which children were not removed from the parents’ care, and the higher estimate (two-thirds).
While parental substance abuse is not a new challenge for child welfare agencies, the current opioid epidemic is proving to have an immeasurable impact on foster care caseloads and child welfare budgets across the country.
Child Welfare Information Gateway, Parental Drug Use as Child Abuse U.S. GAO, Parental Substance Abuse: Implications for Children, the Child Welfare System, and Foster Care Outcomes This is a report; while dated, many of the concepts related to parental substance abuse and the child welfare system remain relevant.
Using information collected through various monitoring and reporting systems, the Children's Bureau analyzes and reports data on a variety of topics, including adoption, foster care, and child abuse.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO discussed the implications of parental substance abuse for children and the child welfare system, and permanency planning for foster care cases involving parental substance abuse, focusing on reviews of the substance abuse histories and drug treatment experiences of parents, as well as initiatives that.
The one recent national study that did look at a sample of open child welfare cases, the National Study of Protective, Preventive and Reunification Services Delivered to Children and Their Families, found parental substance abuse to be a problem in 26 percent of child welfare cases (see Figure ).Download