A county-wide initiative to help drug endangered children is working in Walworth County, officials said.
By Andrea Anderson
ELKHORN—Since January, the Walworth County Child Advocacy Center has seen double the number of drug-endangered children than in all of 2015, manager Paula Hocking said.
The reasons are more drugs in the community and more awareness of the effects drugs in the home can have on children, Hocking said.
“I think what credits us in Walworth County is we’re not afraid to talk about it, and we’re not afraid to let everybody know the concerns,” Hocking said. “I think that is part of the prevention. If you can’t talk about it, you’re never going to be able to prevent it.
“I think …
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