Parenting in Recovery Program: Participant Responses and Case Examples

Parenting in Recovery Program: Participant Responses and Case Examples

Sanna Thompson, Chuck Roper, and Laura Peveto

Posted in: Parenting In Recovery
Approximately 80% of children served by child welfare agencies have parents who abuse or are dependent on alcohol or illicit drugs. Despite the devastating effects on children from living in substance abusing families, child protective service practitioners have limited options available to assist these families. The Parenting in Recovery program was created to address the needs of substance-abusing mothers involved in child welfare. This manuscript describes this program and perceptions of participants concerning its effectiveness.