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More counties, tribes get grants to provide medication-assisted treatment

March 21, 2019 1:09 PM | Sally Winkelman (Administrator)

March 21, Wisconsin Health News

The Department of Health Services is providing more money to help counties and tribes expand access to medication-assisted treatment for those with opioid use disorder, DHS Secretary-designee Andrea Palm announced Wednesday. 

The grants, which come from federal money awarded to the state, will head to:

  • Manitowoc County ($145,130)
  • Menominee Tribe ( $47,515)
  • Sokaogan Chippewa Community/Mole Lake Band of Lake Superior Chippewa ($80,135)
  • Unified Community Services in Grant and Iowa counties ($235,500)
  • Washington County ($235,500)

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