5 edition of Substance Abuse and Kids found in the catalog.
Substance Abuse and Kids
by Oryx Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||488|
Children who have parents, siblings or other family members who abuse alcohol or other substances are often the forgotten victims. Unpredictable behavior, lack of appropriate care and no structure to a home life are often the result of substance abuse. For a child, this can be scary, painful and lead to many problems in the Effect of Substance Abuse on Children Read More». In this book, the editors bring together a body of intervention research into a practical guide that shows how seven selected prevention programs address risk factors for adolescent substance abuse. Preventing Youth Substance Abuse: Science-Based Programs for Children and AdolescentsPages:
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It is a sad reality that the vast majority of people who become addicted to tobacco, alcohol and drugs take their first puff, chew, sip, snort or injection when they are young — often, very young. Worse, in recent decades substance abuse has become more widespread among preteen children.
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