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Oneida team to track kids who live in drug homes

7:12 AM, Apr. 8, 2013
Children are depicted at play in a sculpture outside Willow Tree Child Advocacy Center in Green Bay.
Children are depicted at play in a sculpture outside Willow Tree Child Advocacy Center in Green Bay.
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It's unclear just how many children in Brown County live in homes where adults use or sell drugs.

Officials hope a pilot program set to begin later this year in Oneida may one day help agencies here track how many drug-endangered children they serve.

The Oneida Drug Endangered Children Team is among four groups in the state selected to participate in a pilot program, covered by grants, that would set up a computer-automated system to allow social workers and law enforcement to share information and better provide long-term services, such as counseling, drug treatment or parenting classes. ...

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