KNOX COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Knox County will be able to help more people dealing with drug issues.
The county's drug court received a $500,000 drug court enhancement grant.
This money will be used to increase the program's capacity to more than 50 people.
There will also be a story to evaluate the program's effectiveness.
The funding kicks in on January 1st of 2019.
The treatment program helps people recover from addiction and then re-enter the workforce.
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