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An Interagency Model of Service Delivery- Getting It right for Children affected by parental substance misuse. The basis for the approach. Current research indicates that intervention requires: A clear evidence base Early and proportionate intervention

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An Interagency Model of Service Delivery- Getting It right for Children affected by parental substance misuse

the basis for the approach
The basis for the approach

Current research indicates that intervention requires:

  • A clear evidence base
  • Early and proportionate intervention
  • Promotion and strengthening of the role of universal services
  • Accessible services
  • Strong multi-agency working
  • Intensive support to families when they need it.
  • Appropriate and meaningful information sharing across agencies.
parental substance misuse a growing problem
Parental Substance Misuse – A growing problem

Perth and Kinross – a proportionate and integrated approach:

  • Children Affected by Parental Substance Misuse (CAPSM) Group
  • Barnardo’s Hopscotch
  • Change is a Must (CIAM)
co ordinating the approach in response to risk and need
Co-ordinating the approach in response to risk and need

Barnardo’s Hopscotch

CIAM

CAPSM Group

Providing confidential counselling, befriending, individual and group work across the spectrum of need and risk

Providing parenting capacity assessments and intensive support for children at significant risk of harm

Identifying Children at an early stage, ensuring each has a named worker

CYPs needs being met by their families, communities & universal services

Children at risk of serious harm, needing specialised and acute intervention

Children and Young People Affected By Parental Substance Misuse

Not Coping

Coping

Universal Services

children affected by parental substance misuse group
Children Affected by Parental Substance Misuse Group

The CAPSM group was set up with a specific remit:

  • To help inform planning and integrated service delivery
  • To identify children at need or at risk as a consequence of parental substance misuse whilst promoting and strengthening the role of universal services.
  • To share information across agencies
  • To ensure children have a named worker to ensure that their needs are being met.
  • To make appropriate onward referrals.
barnardo s hopscotch
1-1 work with child or young person

Therapeutic groupwork

Befriending

Confidential Counselling – Young

People can self refer by text or email.

Barnardo’s Hopscotch

Provides direct support to children and young people 5-18 years affected by parental substance misuse as part of an inter-agency approach to the whole family, offering:

outcomes
Our indicators demonstrate:

Improved Mental Health and Wellbeing

Reduced impact of parental substance misuse on children

Increased ability to report safety concerns

Improved links with reliable and supportive role models

Development through new experiences and interests

Views and opinions acted upon

Outcomes
change is a must ciam
Change is a Must (CIAM)

Provide intensive support and assessment of families- - affected by parental substance misuse

- with children from pre-birth to 8 years/ at significant risk of harm

Offers intensive Individualised, flexible programmes which are focused on:

The Child

Parental recovery

Family interaction

Improving Health for parents and children

An Adult Attachment approach

Safeguarding children

Overall aims are to:

Evaluate and cascade learning of best practice

Improve methods and time-scales for decision making

CIAM is a 2 year pilot project with Children’s, Health and Drug and Alcohol services brought together in a multi-agency team to

outcomes1
Outcomes

An Action Research Model is incorporated into the work and a specific Msc research project was undertaken which for 9 Families,10 Children, 2 unborn babies,15 parents demonstrated:

Swift decision-making

Improved Health Outcomes for all children

Improved Educational Outcomes

Improved parental/carer availability

Improved health and reduced substance use

Positive Recovery journeys.

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Enhanced Health Visiting Service

Universal Services

Adult Drug & Alcohol Services

Children and

Families Social

Work

Health

Focused Education Provision – eg Nurture Groups

Education

Community Link Workers

Community Health Partnership

Alcohol and

Drugs Partnership

Children with complex needs

Children in Need

Change is

a Must

CHILD

Hopscotch

Early Years Strategies

GIRFEC

GOPR

contact details
Contact Details

Laura Falconer, Children’s Services Manager, Barnardos Hopscotch Tel: 01738 472270

Email: Laura.Falconer@barnardos.org.uk

Julie Baker, Senior Practitioner, Change is a Must

Tel: 01738 472260

Email: JBaker@pkc.gov.uk