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A Closer Look (Sobriety High) #853793

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 01, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Hazelden statistics on the addiction treatment of students cited.

(Edina, Minnesota: Barbara Pinto) A visit to "Sobriety High," a Minnesota school designed to be a safe haven for recovering addicts, presented; scenes shown from Edina of the school where group therapy is a requirement. [Student Carolyn BURKE - cites the starting date of her sobriety; recounts her earlier behavior.] [Mother Sandy BURKE†- comments.] [Sobriety High School program director Judi HANSON†- talks about the school.] [Two STUDENTS - talk about their experiences.] [Drug counselor Paul GREHL†- states the addict's deceitful behavior.]

Gibson, Charles;
Pinto, Barbara

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