Parental Substance Use Disorders: Disparate Outcomes for Adjudicated Delinquent Youths
juvenile delinquents, criminal justice administration, juvenile courts
The article discusses the significance of identifying children who are at risk for delinquent and offending behavior in preventing juvenile court involvement in the U.S. It states that the act of determining the impact allows practitioners to intervene effectively. It describes detainment as harmful among youths. It also cites the importance of family cooperation in determining the child's offending behavior.
Stoddard Dare, Patricia A.; Mallett, Christopher A.; and Welch-Brewer, Chiquitia, "Parental Substance Use Disorders: Disparate Outcomes for Adjudicated Delinquent Youths" (2009). Social Work Faculty Publications. 17.
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