DHS Awards $8 million for Opioid and Stimulant Treatment Services

DHS Awards $8 million for Opioid and Stimulant Treatment ServicesOver 4,000 people throughout Wisconsin will have access to treatment for the problem use of opioids or stimulants now through September because of $8 million in grants awarded today by the Department of Health Services (DHS) to three tribal nations and 22 county agencies. Opioids include prescription pain relievers, heroin, and fentanyl. Stimulants include cocaine and methamphetamine. “Improving access to treatment is a critical part of our plan to reduce the hurt and heartbreak caused by the…

JenniferC.Miller

April 20, 2023

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