New EMCDDA miniguides on families and homelessness

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The relationship between homelessness and drug use is complex, with marked variations in the prevalence of high-risk drug use across groups of people who experience homelessness. This miniguide provides an overview of the most important aspects to consider when planning or delivering health and social responses for people experiencing homelessness and using drugs and reviews the availability and effectiveness of the responses.

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The children and other family members of a person who uses drugs problematically may experience a range of health, social and economic harms. This miniguide focuses on both the families of adults who have drug-related problems and the families of children and young people in need of support as a result of drug-related behaviours.

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