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Issue #20
Addiction in the Family

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When parents struggle with addiction, other family members can help keep children safe and keep parents and children connected. But addiction and the complications of kinship care also can strain families, sometimes to the breaking point.

In this issue, we look at how addiction impacts the entire family, especially when the child welfare system gets involved, and we explore what breaks families apart and what helps them stay connected.

Alive, Sober and Sorry
I want my children to know me but my family told them that I’m dead.

Life After TPR
New laws give some families a second chance.

Letting My Sister Go
I’m afraid for my sister but I can’t help her.

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