In many areas of the country, methamphetamine is the predominant substance that is misused, often in conjunction with alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco. Parents who use methamphetamine can impact their child’s development and increase the risk of child neglect or abuse. This tip sheet explores the effects that parental methamphetamine use can have on a child’s health and well-being. It includes strategies for child welfare staff and other professionals who work with families affected by parental methamphetamine use.
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