Mirabel Social Return on Investment Analysis
We are delighted to share the findings of our recent Social Return on Investment Analysis that was undertaken by Social Ventures Australia, generously funded by the Sidney Myer Fund. The evaluation measured the impact of Mirabel’s work over an 8 year period.
Parental Drug Use - A Recent Phenomenon
This research paper examines many of the issues related to kinship care with reference to studies that have taken place internationally. Kinship care is explored in the context of child welfare and child protection as well as the grief experiences of both children and their kinship carers.
Parental Drug Use - The Bigger Picture
This paper provides an overview of the research available on the effects of parental illicit drug use on children, with particular regard to the physical, cognitive and psychosocial development of children.
The Effects of Parental Drug Use - Children in Kinship Care
The development of kinship families due to the death or abandonment of parents involved in illicit drug use has created a marginalised group of families that seem to have been overlooked by government policy and program development within Australia and possibly throughout the world.