M-PACT supports children/young people aged 8-17
who are experiencing the effects of parental
substance misuse within the family. The programme
offers a 'Whole Family Approach', working with
parents and children from up to eight families
at any one time in different group combinations.

The programme is made up of 10 sessions, this
includes an individual family assessment, eight consecutive weekly core sessions that
last 2.5 hours and a family review session.
The programme is run by experienced professionals
who work with the young people and parents to
reduce the harmful impact that parental substance
misuse and addiction has on family life.

The programme has been evaluated by the Mental
Health Research & Development Unit (MHRDU)
at the University of Bath and Lorna Templeton

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