Bold Recovery

Transitional Housing
Cascade Locks, OR
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936 Windsong Dr.
Cascade Locks, OR - 97014

(828) 989-5538 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one info@boldrecovery.net Website

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About Bold Recovery

Bold Recovery is a unique sober living program for young men ages 18-35. Situated in the beautiful town of Cascade Locks, Bold Recovery's upscale home creates the perfect backdrop for a thriving sober living experience for young men in recovery. Their program is founded in 12-step principles, yet applies a strong emphasis on health and wellness and outdoor adventure. Regular activities include group gym workouts, snowboarding, kiteboarding, golf, and many other outdoor recreational activities. At Bold Recovery, they teach their clients how to live a sober life they will love and do so within a small, intensive, hands-on atmosphere. Accepting a maximum of 8 clients at any given time, their program provides unparalleled structure and support for young men in recovery. Bold Recovery's intake line can be reached 7 days a week at (888) 585-2653. Their unique 12-step program teaches young men to live lives that they will love in a safe and supportive community environment.

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