Boston Sober Homes Mattapan

Transitional Housing
Mattapan, MA
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844 Morton St
Mattapan, MA - 02126

(857) 236-7982 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website

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About Boston Sober Homes Mattapan

Boston Sober Homes is a M.A.S.H certified sober housing company providing transitional living in a sober environment that promotes recovery from substance abuse. They have clean, comfortable accommodations ranging from $150-$175 per week with 24 hr in home management.

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There is 1 review

Anonymous - Oct 1, 2019

would like to know if there are any beds available. if so how many beds per room are they singles , doubles, or three man rooms. whats the price to move in and how much weekly is rent.

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  1. Alcohol/cocaine and heroin 20 yrs posted May 8, 2019
  2. Alcohol posted June 26, 2019
  3. I have suffered with drug addiction for many years. However I am currently on the methadone clinic and looking for a stable, safe place to improve my sobriety posted July 24, 2019
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