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Wisconsin Treatment Outreach Project

a/k/a: WTOP


Univ of WI School of Medicine & Public Health
Dept of Family Medicine,
Madison, WI 53715





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The Wisconsin Treatment Outreach Project (WTOP) is a voluntary organization established to empower families affected by fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effects through programs of education and support. The goals of the network are to provide support, education, and training to families affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and provide information and training to professionals involved with families affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. The organization networks families with support groups and professionals on a national level; conducts an annual family retreat; maintains a toll-free family information line; conducts an annual conference; and offers ongoing technical assistance. The network also provides a variety of materials including the quarterly newsletter "FEN Pen."

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