Can it ever be safe to leave children with dependent drinkers? Highlight from Effectiveness Bank Alcohol Treatment Matrix cell A5

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CAN IT EVER BE SAFE TO LEAVE CHILDREN WITH DEPENDENT DRINKERS?

Relapse is common after treatment – so is it simply too risky to leave their children with the most severely problematic drinkers, even if they have done well in treatment? What mixtures of support and control have been tried, and how well did they work?

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Drawn from cell A5 of the Alcohol Treatment Matrix, a workforce development resource mapping key research and guidance on alcohol brief interventions and treatment.

“Succinct and erudite and written in relatively plain English for the non-cognoscenti. I am an extremely experienced commissioner and yet still find this resource [matrices] invaluable and insert it in service specifications.”
Andrew MacDonald, PhD Researcher at Liverpool John Moores University and former drug and alcohol service commissioner, England

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