Communiqué Volume 51, Number 1 (September 2022)
Impacts and Interventions for Children of Substance Misusing Parents
By Heather Roessler
This article reviews the prevalence of children of substance misusing parents and the impacts on those children academically, socially, and emotionally. It reviews the limitations of the current literature and issues a call for action for greater consideration of this population of youth.
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