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Byline: Sanne Specht
June 12--Doug Gould hopes to pay forward his newfound sobriety by spearheading a fledgling nonprofit, Christian-based drug and alcohol recovery program.
Foundations for Recovery, located on the fourth floor of Medford's Woolworth Building in downtown Medford, is a place where addicts can seek help. It is also a place where they, and Gould, can "pay it forward", he hopes. "I owe Medford a lot," Gould said. Gould, 51, can track the trajectory of his alcohol addiction from teen years spent guzzling beer at backyard keggers to his last drink in October 2011.
In the intervening years Gould worked at church camps and as an …