A Hand Up

Transitional Housing
Montgomery, AL
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3506 Dresden Dr
Montgomery, AL - 36111

(334) 350-8443 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one 1handup19@gmail.com

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About A Hand Up

A Hand Up is a new transitional house in the Montgomery area, focusing on the transitioning of those in need. This house will only be for men coming from various backgrounds that are seeking a place to get on their feet and learn independence. The fees will be $150 a week with utilities and amenities included. The main requirements are that the men are employed or have a source of income and if they are in recovery they must have completed at least a 21 day program as well as be able to live independently.

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