Subtitle

Implications for Generalist Social Work Practice

Document Type

Article

Department (Manual Entry)

School of Social Work

Abstract

A generalist approach to practice with families affected by parental addiction is presented. Using a model program for working with parents and children who have been affected by substance abuse, the article illustrates the application of the problem-solving process to effect change at multiple levels, including individual, family, community, organizational, and policy-making levels. The authors describe assessment and intervention strategies at each of these levels and conclude with an evaluation of the project's success.

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Source Data

Families in Society; Jul/Aug98, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p384-394, 11p, 1 Chart.

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