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A review of the literature indicates that the issue of pregnancy, children and childcare is one of the biggest issues faced by women in dealing with their drug use (Henderson 1990; Sargent 1992; Taylor 1993; Boyd and Faith 1999; Heneghan 2000). Indeed, for Campbell (2000) the major difference in the experience of women and men problem drug users is their differential responsibilities for social reproduction – the daily business of keeping families together and afloat. As primary carers therefore, drug use has significantly greater implications for women’s relationship with their children than it does for men.
Typically, women have been both viewed and Gender, Drugs and Policy 19 represented as deviant, promiscuous or as passive victims, and on the whole, policy and service provision has reflected this view. However, in recent years this situation has changed and the emerging literature and theorizing concerning women’s drug use is considered along with its potential impact on future policy trends. Gender and current drugs policy As a major plank of its ten-year national drug strategy, the government has been concerned to reduce the demand for drugs by reducing the number of problem drug users and increasing their participation in drug treatment programmes (HM Government 1998).