Methamphetamine Summit

April 3, 2017

Heartwood Conference Center & Retreat

N10884 Hoinville Road, Trego, WI

Nearly 280 participants from 32 counties, seven tribes and 31 coalitions including tribal and state government, prevention, law enforcement, human services, treatment and recovery and more, attended the Northwoods Coalition Methamphetamine Summit April 3 at Heartwood Conference Center and Retreat in Trego to address meth use. The Summit was hosted by Marshfield Clinic, Northwoods Coalition and the Alliance for Wisconsin Youth in collaboration with Wisconsin Department of Justice and Northcentral Technical College.


Northwest: State leaders gather to help address methamphetamine abuse in Wisconsin

Northwoods Coalition Methamphetamine Summit Held at Trego

Hundreds Come Together to Fight Meth at Summit

More than 300 Attend Coalition Meeting on Meth

Regional Summit Explores Impact of Meth

Rep. Quinn: HOPE Agenda & Meth Summit

Rural Wisconsin’s Meth Problem Expected to Worsen

Chasing the Dragon: Attorney General dubs Meth ‘A Giant game of Whack-a-Mole,’ declaring prevention and awareness as best hope

Conference Draws Attention to Meth Crisis in Rural Communities

Chasing the Dragon



Ignite Presentation: kNOw Meth Campaign

The Impact of Methamphetamine on Fetal Development and Newborn Behavior

Closing Note: Dr. Narayana S. Murali, MD, FACP, Executive Director, Marshfield Clinic,  Chief Strategy Officer, Marshfield Clinic Health System



Program Booklet

MAD Tea Compiled Results