In an effort to remedy this problem, the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA) launched a social work initiative in 2005 and collaborated with social work researchers, educators, and practitioners to develop a set of core competencies for social workers to attain in order to deliver effective services to CPSUDs and their families (see Holleran Steiker & Wiechelt, 2007; NACoA, n.
What does NACoA stand for?
NACoA stands for National Association for Children of Alcoholics
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The National Association for Children of Alcoholics is opening its free phone helpline throughout Christmas and Boxing Day.
The National Association for Children of Alcoholics (Nacoa) are behind the awareness week.
2003; National Association for Children of Alcoholics [NACOA], 1998).
According to the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (1998), alcohol is a significant factor in approximately 81% of child abuse cases.
Michael Lemanski is a member of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics and has been active in the Adult Children of Alcoholics movement since its inception in the early 1980s.
According to the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (1998), the experience of growing up in an alcoholic family appears to lead to vulnerabilities in children; these vulnerabilities include lowered perceptions of self-esteem and worth; increases in depression, anxiety, stress-related illnesses, and difficulties in school.