Charles Christian Tuller House

Transitional Housing
Covington, GA
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3156 Spring St.
Covington, GA - 30014

(678) 712-6481 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website

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About Charles Christian Tuller House

Charles Christian Tuller House is a men's re-entry and recovery focused halfway house located in Covington, GA. They help residents navigate the many challenges involved in transitioning back into the community after incarceration. The house is set up to provide a safe, serene environment for residents to build a new crime free life centered around 12-step recovery principles. The CCT house assists residents in developing transitional life skills, healthy living choices, career exploration, personal finance guidance, and peer-led support groups. Along with required attendance to a 12-Step Program of their choosing, these tools boost self-esteem and provides residents a way to break free of the self-destructive ways of thinking and behaving which created so much pain, sorrow and loss in their lives. They work with individuals from: ​  Treatment Facilities Accountability Courts RSAT State & Federal Prisons (In the State of Georgia) Dept. of Community Supervision (Probation & Parole) They require a $100.00 Entry Fee, which is a one time payment. Then there's a $150.00 Weekly Rent Payment Office hours 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Monday - Friday

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