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(p. 487) Family-Based Interventions for Children with Prenatal Substance Exposure 

(p. 487) Family-Based Interventions for Children with Prenatal Substance Exposure
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(p. 487) Family-Based Interventions for Children with Prenatal Substance Exposure
Author(s):

Cynthia V. Healey

, Philip A. Fisher

, Amanda Van Scoyoc

, and Angela M. Relling

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199743100.003.0024
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date: 23 May 2018

This chapter describes family-based interventions for children exposed to prenatal substance abuse and their caregivers. In particular, it examines two types of programs that involve the parent and child in treatment and/or utilize the parent as a therapeutic agent for change: home-based programs for children living with their biological caregivers and child welfare programs for children living in kinship or foster care. These programs include Children's Friendship Training, Families Moving Forward, Parent Management Training, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Incredible Years parent-training program, Nurse-Family Partnership, SafeCare, Safe Babies Program, Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care, and Project KEEP. The chapter concludes by outlining current and future directions on interventions for children with prenatal substance exposure.

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