RISE TOGETHER Survey: Wisconsin middle, high school students report use of harder drugs

By Shamane Mills Wisconsin Public Radio A recovery group started by former addicts has surveyed Wisconsin middle and high schoolers in 27 different counties and found the most widely used substances are alcohol and marijuana but that students report using harder drugs. A survey conducted by the group Rise Together used self-reported…

On WI Public Radio – Wisconsin Middle, High School Students Report Use Of Harder Drugs, Rise Together Survey Says

WPR shinealight (CC-BY-SA) Wisconsin Middle, High School Students Report Use Of Harder Drugs, Survey Says Survey Polled 3,000 Students Monday, September 7, 2015, 5:15pm By Shamane Mills SHARE: A recovery group started by former addicts has surveyed Wisconsin middle and high schoolers in 27 different counties and found the most widely…

On FOX News – RISE TOGETHER Survey sheds light on student drug use in Wisconsin: 88% say they’ve consumed alcohol

WISCONSIN — A new report released Tuesday, September 1st by Rise Together reveals one in two middle school and high school students in Wisconsin who experimented with risky substances such as illicit drugs, alcohol and tobacco are continuing active use and are at risk of developing substance use disorders. The survey…
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