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The hidden harm: Alcohol’s impact on children and families
Heavy drinking is linked to a range of negative effects in families from modelling of poor drinking behaviours, family arguments and ruined family occasions and relationships to child injuries,...
Trends in risk behaviours and negative outcomes amongst children and young people
This paper looks at the trends in how a range of risk behaviours and negative outcomes have changed over time for children and young people. It also considers whether new risk behaviours could be...
Service user involvement: A guide for drug and alcohol commissioners, providers and service users
Service users’ involvement in the design and delivery of services has contributed significantly to the evolution of effective drug and alcohol treatment systems. This guide builds on guidance...
Individual Placement and Support
Presentation from the IFSW European Conference in Edinburgh 7th - 9th September 2015.
Drug and alcohol policy overview
Presentation from BASW's Special Interest Group in Alcohol and Other Drugs, which took place on the 16th September 2015
Family Drug and Alcohol Courts: the East Sussex Experience
Presentation from BASW's Special Interest Group in Alcohol and Other Drugs, which took place on the 16th September 2015 FDAC provides a problem-solving, therapeutic approach to care proceedings in...
Breaking boundaries: Towards a ‘Troubled Lives’ programme for people facing multiple and complex needs
Successive governments have promised to tackle the ‘root causes’ of social and economic disadvantage. Yet public spending on individuals experiencing problems such as addiction, homelessness,...
Current trends in health, wellbeing and risky behaviours amongst children and young people: a synthesis of recent evidence
Recent data from three major surveys of children and young people’s behaviours and attitudes – the Health and Social Care Information Centre’s smoking, Drinking and Drugs survey, the School Health...
Alcohol and drugs prevention, treatment and recovery: why invest?
Drug and alcohol interventions lead to better public health outcomes