DHS Awards $10 Million to Construction Projects for Opioid Treatment and Recovery Support Services

DHS Awards $10 Million to Construction Projects for Opioid Treatment and Recovery Support Services The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has awarded $10 million to three organizations for construction of spaces designed to provide treatment and recovery support services for women. “Women with opioid use disorder have unique care needs and require a broad range of services to meet these needs,” said DHS Secretary-designee Kirsten Johnson. “The facilities built through this grant program will remove barriers to long-term recovery by providing space to supports women with opioid use…

JenniferC.Miller

March 31, 2023

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