Every child has the right to such care and protection as is necessary for their well-being, including where the child’s parents use drugs or are drug dependent.
In accordance with this right, States shall:
i. Ensure that the best interests of the child are a primary consideration in decisions regarding their care, including in the context of parental drug dependence.
In addition, States should:
ii. Ensure that a parent’s drug use or dependency is never the sole justification for removing a child from parental care or for preventing reunification. Efforts should be directed primarily towards enabling the child to remain in or return to the care of their parents, including by assisting drug-dependent parents in carrying out their child care responsibilities.
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