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Catholic Worker Movement

Transitional Housing
Dayton, OH
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100 Huffman Avenue
Dayton, OH - 45403

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Dayton Catholic Worker provides has 12 Step sober house for people in the early stages of recovery from addictions. 80% of their guests have made it to sustainable faith - measures as one year of continuous abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Zero tolerance for relapse. The guest fee is $350 per month. Private room with cable TV and High Speed Internet access. On two bus lines in a historic district within walking distance to AA & NA meetings 7 days a week. Fees posted are as of Sept 2015. Contact for updated rates as they are subject to change.

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  1. alcohol for 6 years. I had 30 days sober and slipped up. I need sober living, I need to be in a safe place. I am female. posted May 7, 2019
  2. i have been cleane for 90 days looking for a sober living home to get better so i can get a job and get on to living again so please help me ASAP posted August 10, 2019
  3. Booze is the problem along with myessed up thinking. Been cleam 45 days have a job, juat need toove fromessed up living situation. People around me are drinking amd drugging. posted January 14, 2020
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