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OH expands new program to help children of addicts

21 April 2017

Attorney General DeWine announced the creation of the Ohio START (Sobriety, Treatment, and Reducing Trauma) program last month. The program will provide specialized victim services to children who have been abused or neglected due to parental drug use. He also allotted an additional $1 million to fund the expansion. The four counties later added were concerned they would struggle to meet the program's requirement thus causing their initial hesitation, Scott Britton of the public association said.

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OH expands new program to help children of addicts