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Quiz: Opioid Crisis and Child Welfare
You'll need to correctly answer at least 12 of the 15 questions below (at least 75%) to progress to the next lesson.
Question #1: Counties with higher overdose and drug-related hospitalization rates
Question #2: One of the things that makes today’s opioid crisis different from past drug epidemics is
Question #3: Statistics indicate that the greatest increase in heroin use is occurring
Question #4: Fortunately, treatment resources are sufficient so that in general a client can be referred to a specific treatment program that best meets the client’s therapeutic needs.
Question #5: Research indicates that medication assisted treatment
Question #6: Unfortunately, even when medication assisted treatment is available, it may not be as effective as it could be, primarily because
Question #7: One thing that might eliminate some of the tension and disagreement that sometimes arises among caseworker, judges, and substance abuse treatment personnel around issues of family reunification is
Question #8: Opioids attach to the mu opioid receptors in the brain
Question #9: The process by which opioids can kill involves the ability to
Question #10: Which of the following statements is not correct?
Question #11: Although it is true that most research on the effects of parental substance misuse and neglect on child development indicates somewhat negative outcomes, we have to use caution when interpreting these results because
Question #12: In qualitative research done with opioid misusing parents on the quality of their parenting,
Question #13: In qualitative research with opioid using parents, it seems clear that everything surrounding opioid use occupies relatively little time and attention in the life of the opioid user.
Question #14: The drug-related demands on mothers who were opioid misusing seem to depend mostly on
Question #15: Perhaps one of the most serious implications that can be drawn from the qualitative research done with opioid misusing parents is the chaos and unpredictability that develop in homes where parents are misusing opioids.