Proposed Raleigh high school hopes to help teens recover from drug addiction

By Kyle Mehlman

As drug addiction continues to plague the U.S., many people struggle to find the resources they need to recover –  especially teenagers. Teens often don’t have access to help that is tailored to their place in life. However, a group in Raleigh is working to establish an alternative high school to allow young people struggling with addiction to focus on their recovery while also earning their high school diplomas.

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