Alcohol Monitoring for Child Protection Cases
When alcohol is an issue in a child protection case, our service provides an objective source for monitoring a parent’s alcohol consumption. Depending on the circumstances of the case, we can help create an alternative to children being removed from a parent’s care, an alternative to supervised access, and/or an independent means of proving a parent’s true drinking behaviour.
Alcohol monitoring can help Children’s Aid Societies service alcohol-related cases more efficiently and less intrusively.
When a parent acknowledges an alcohol problem, monitoring can help them prove that they are getting the problem under control, help keep children in their care or have them returned sooner, or have unsupervised access.
When a parent denies allegations of alcohol abuse, monitoring enables them to take a proactive step to prove their sobriety.