GREEN BAY, Wis. — This week, more than 400 professionals who work with those struggling with addiction are in Green Bay to learn more about trauma-informed care.
The two-day training is put on by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
"All of our different efforts statewide from prevention to treatment to recovery all those efforts that we're supporting, and our partners and stakeholders are at the local level are helping implement, that's going to create change and that's going to make difference," says Paul Krupski with Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services.
During the sessions, local, state and national experts provide a broad look at how different counties can respond and work together to fight opioid abuse.