Corpus ID: 37376737

Substance-abusing child welfare parents: treatment and child placement outcomes.

@article{Gregoire2001SubstanceabusingCW,
  title={Substance-abusing child welfare parents: treatment and child placement outcomes.},
  author={Kathryn A. Gregoire and Danielle Schultz},
  journal={Child welfare},
  year={2001},
  volume={80 4},
  pages={
          433-52
        }
}
The authors present findings from their study of 167 child welfare parents referred for substance abuse assessments. Relationships between gender, prior treatment, court-ordered intervention, significant others' support, and treatment and placement outcomes are examined. Findings indicate significant others' support positively influences all outcomes while court-ordered intervention is not predictive. Prior treatment is associated with continued substance abuse. Gender differences exist for… Expand
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