West Virginia town follows Iceland's model to steer teens away from substance abuse
A West Virginia community is trying to prevent substance abuse among teens by making sure they have all kinds of things to do. The idea is to change the culture, and it’s worked in Iceland.
June Leffler with West Virginia Public Broadcasting reports.
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