Wisconsin is getting three million federal dollars to help treat teens and young adults with issues involving mental health, and drug and alcohol abuse. State health officials say the funds will create a program that offers family based therapy to those between 16 and 25. It’s called the Wisconsin Youth Treatment Initiative, and it will get about 750-thousand dollars in each of the next four years from the U-S Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. State Health Services Secretary Linda Seemeyer says the grant will help Wisconsin in its fight against heroin, methamphetamine, prescription drug abuse — as well as other disorders affecting young people in many communities.