Ohio Opens First High School For Students Dealing With Drug Addiction

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Originally published on August 13, 2019 11:27 am

A new high school in Columbus, Ohio, opened in July to help teens who have been dealing with drug addiction learn in a safe environment while they recover. WOSU’s Paige Pfleger (@PaigePfleger) reports on Heartland High School, Ohio’s first recovery school.

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