Early Intervention in Poor Families Confronted With Alcohol Abuse and Violence: Impact on Families' Social Integration and Parenting: impact of early intervention within alcoholic and poor families

Abstract : To help families challenged by transgenerational problems, substance abuse, and violence, support strategies require professionals who understand their specific needs and inspire trust. Such support, provided by a group consisting of professionals, volunteers, and families, was assessed by a follow-up study. The outcome of 22 families was observed an average of 7 years after their participation in the group ended. Results show that most parents recovered a significant degree of social autonomy and developed the capacity to nurture their children. Alcohol abuse, violence, and child neglect decreased significantly. Such an intensive approach enhances individual and professional practices and prevents adverse childhood experiences, thus reducing welfare costs. But such support systems require accessible structures in order to avoid discontinuities in care.
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Families in Society: the Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 2009, 90 (1), pp.11-17. 〈10.1606/1044-3894.3840〉
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Annick-Camille Dumaret, Marie Constantin-Kuntz, Maurice Titran. Early Intervention in Poor Families Confronted With Alcohol Abuse and Violence: Impact on Families' Social Integration and Parenting: impact of early intervention within alcoholic and poor families. Families in Society: the Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 2009, 90 (1), pp.11-17. 〈10.1606/1044-3894.3840〉. 〈inserm-00469579〉

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