Mission High School to help students struggling with sobriety

There’s money headed to the state of Nevada that will help the state fight the opioid epidemic. Nevada has already received more than $8 million in grants, but the battle to destroy the opioid epidemic, by enacting new laws will get a $1.2 million boost.

The first publicly-funded campus in the nation geared toward helping kids struggling with sobriety opens Monday.  The recovery high school for students battling drug and alcohol addiction is set to open on Monday.

Mission High School’s campus in downtown Las Vegas is the first publicly-funded campus like this in the nation.

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