2016 Webinar 3: Reducing the Rate of Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders in Children with Prenatal Substance Exposure: The Role of Child Protection Services, Digital Download

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2016 Webinar 3: Reducing the Rate of Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders in Children with Prenatal Substance Exposure: The Role of Child Protection Services, Digital Download

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Watch on your Mac or PC computer or on your Apple mobile device. Approximate file size: 204.4 MB. File format: MPEG-4.

A high rate of co-occurring mental health disorders have been documented in children with prenatal alcohol exposure.  Investigators have demonstrated that alcohol’s impact on the developing fetal brain, combined with environmental factors, is the source of this problem.  However, more recent research has begun to focus on factors embedded in the child welfare system, preventable factors that can be an important determinant for risk of mental health problems in children.  State Child Protective Services departments can develop policies that reduce mental health morbidity for children in the system’s care who have been prenatally exposed to alcohol or illicit drugs.

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