The program, set to debut in April 2017, is targeted to help addicts take the first set by giving officers and fire fighters the choice to bring opioid users to treatment centers instead of jail.
IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Kevin Florek, CEO, Tellurian.
Columbia County’s medication assisted drug treatment program is underway with requests coming in and boots on the ground. “As you can see the numbers have almost doubled per month,” Columbia County MAT Coordinator Stacy Davenport told the 16 participants in Prevention and Response Columbia County at the group’s monthly meeting Tuesday.
For years, Mary Rauwolf’s son struggled with mental illness and opioid addiction. Mary and her husband worked to find a treatment program for their son that was effective, available and affordable.
Word is getting out among drug addicts that there’s help available through a new service based in Baraboo. But not enough people in the community know more support is needed to free Sauk County from heroin’s grip.
The Sauk County Department of Human Services is pleased to announce that Tellurian of Madison, Wisconsin will provide expanded MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) services to residents of Sauk, Columbia and Richland Counties.
WMTV’s Ashlie Matthews shares Jennifer Kane’s struggle with addiction and how Tellurian helped her get the care she need for a healthier and happier future.
Much of La Crosse County’s new mental health crisis center and detox facility remained empty space Tuesday, just days before an open house.