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Students get a lesson in addiction

7:43 AM, Feb. 1, 2014
Anthony Alvarado, co-founder of Rise Together, spoke to Sturgeon Bay High School students Friday about addiction and recovery.
Anthony Alvarado, co-founder of Rise Together, spoke to Sturgeon Bay High School students Friday about addiction and recovery.
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A group of Sturgeon Bay High School students heard a presentation from three recovering addicts Friday.

Douglas Darby and Anthony Alvarado, co-founders of the group Rise Together based in Brown County and the Fox Valley, spent about a half-hour talking with students about their respective recoveries and pasts. The program was sponsored by Project 180, a student-led group whose purpose is to help teens learn more about alcohol and drug abuse.

Darby and Alvarado were joined by Tyler Luedke, a substance abuse counselor at Libertas Treatment Centers in Green Bay. ...

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