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The Sad Results of Parental Drug Abuse

The Sad Results of Parental DRUG ABUSE Children whose parents abuse drugs or alcohol are more likely to repeat grades or drop out of school Approximately 8.3 million children live with a parent with a substance abuse disorder Children of substance abusers Children of alcoholics are are more likely to three times as likely to experience physical or become substance abusers themselves sexual abuse Older children are Prenatal exposure to sometimes forced to care Individuals with a alcohol can cause birth for younger siblings when an addicted parent cannot High stress levels experienced by children of addicts can substance abuse disorder defects and mental are more likely to become unemployed, creating economic hardship for retardation cause migraines and gastrointestinal disorders children JOBS LOREM IPSU MIRAMAR GETTING WELL STAYING WELL CHAPTER 3 How Parental Substance Use Disorders Affect Children

The Sad Results of Parental Drug Abuse

shared by Fusion360-2 on Nov 23
The following infographic takes a closer look at the effect parental substance abuse can have on families and children, illustrating how important it is for parents to seek help.


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