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Sunday's can't-miss Web content: Counties, health center unite to help young sex offenders

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Many recognize the crucial role the Fox Cities Community Health Center plays in providing for the community's physical well-being through affordable, accessible services.
The health center - in collaboration Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago counties - runs an innovative program from its Menasha clinic for children and teens who have committed sex offenses. The program, in its third year, attempts to reach young offenders before they hurt more people.

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