We know that the risks to the child remain throughout childhood until age 18; even when reunited, children of substance-abusing parents are more likely to re-enter foster care, with the parents likely to lose custody again.
What does COSAP stand for?
COSAP stands for Children of Substance-Abusing Parents
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of COSAP
- Colorado State Association of Letter Carriers (National Association of Letter Carriers)
- Cobol Sampler EDP Program (DCAA)
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- Cooperativa San Miguel (Totonicapan, Guatemala)
- Consolidation Of Supply And Maintenance Regulations
- Community Support Association of Nepal (est. 1991)
- Confederation of Southern Africa Netball Associations
- Campus Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (University of New Mexico)
- Canadian Organization of Senior Artists and Performers
- Canone Occupazione Suolo Aree Pubbliche (Italian: Rent for Occupation of Public Areas)
- Channel-Optimized Sample Adaptive Product Quantization
- Children of Substance Abusing Parents (clinical study)
- Covert-Overt Sexual Abuse Questionnaire
- Central Okanagan Search and Rescue (Kelowna, BC, Canada)
- Chancellor's Office Systemwide Administrative Reporting Code (California State University)
- Compression Scanning Array Radar
- Consortium of Semiconductor Advanced Research
- Correctional Officer Search and Rescue (Rhode Island)
- Council of State Affiliate Representatives (American Geriatrics Society)
- Circle of Stone and Shadow (gaming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
No safe haven: Children of substance-abusing parents.
Straussner and Fewell, social workers, offer a clinical reference for practitioners and students of social work, psychology, nursing, medicine, education or other professions who encounter young or adult children of substance-abusing parents in any setting.
The secondary and indirect benefits of BCT on other family members, particularly those on children of substance-abusing parents, should not be underestimated.