Research and analysis

Joint working between adult and children’s services: what about the children?

This survey report explores how effective support is for children whose parents or carers have mental ill health and/or drug and alcohol problems.

Documents

What about the children?

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What about the children?

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What about the children: report summary

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What about the children: report summary

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This is an Ofsted and Care Quality Commission survey report. It looks at how well adult mental health and drug and alcohol services and children’s services work together to ensure that children affected by their parents’ or carers’ mental ill health and/or drug and alcohol problems are supported and safe.

The report draws on evidence from cases in 9 local authorities and partner agencies and from the views of parents, carers, children, practitioners and managers.