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Changed Lives Christian Center

Transitional Housing
Birmingham, AL
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1308 26th Ave N
Birmingham, AL - 35204

(205) 521-6421 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Changed Lives Christian Center

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CLCC provides transitional housing and aftercare for graduates of The Foundry’s Recovery and Re-Entry programs (and other similar programs), in a Christ-centered setting that fosters accountability and simulates normal living. Homeless men from the area also find a structured and nurturing environment here as they complete their journeys to independence. Men live in the 56-bed center for six months to two years and are provided with meals, clothing, basic medical care, recovery services and job-placement assistance. Living at the CLCC also provides residents with a mailing address and assistance with obtaining Social Security cards, driver’s licenses and medical or legal resources.

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