How families and communities respond to heroin

  • Martin Donoghoe
  • Nicholas Dorn
  • Christine James
  • Stephen Jones
  • Jane Ribbens
  • Nigel South
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Abstract

How people respond to heroin at local level is of interest to all those concerned with the relationship between social policy and social action. First, from the point of view of social policy, drug problems generally and heroin-related problems specifically are seen as one arena in which policies of community care, self-help and parental responsibility are being tested out. Are such policies feasible, are they desirable, and how do they work in practice?

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© Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • Martin Donoghoe
  • Nicholas Dorn
  • Christine James
  • Stephen Jones
  • Jane Ribbens
  • Nigel South

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