Several northern Colorado agencies will share a federal grant totaling nearly $2.4 million to help the nameless, faceless victims of meth addiction — children.

The grant will fund the Northeast Colorado Child Welfare Project to help people with any addiction and their families, but methamphetamine will be a prime target because of its widespread use in Weld and Larimer counties.

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