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This chapter presents an overview of the multiple components of the child welfare system that provide services to children in substance abusing families. Permanency planning options, such as adoption, foster care, kinship care, and reunification are analyzed as they relate to the children of drug users.
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Written as a resource for family and juvenile court judges, this book covers the topics of child development, adoption, and perinatal drug and alcohol use. The chapter on adoption and family reunion addresses such issues as proving abandonment, reasonable efforts, and termination of parental rights.
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