Donleigh Recovery House for Men

Transitional Housing
Columbia, MD
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10306 Donleigh Drive
Columbia, MD - 21046

(443) 745-3344 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one

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About Donleigh Recovery House for Men

Donleigh is an independent living environment for men who are serious about their recovery. Operating in Howard county since 2004 with 70% of former and current residents still clean sober today. 8 rooms for eight men with no limit on length of stay. Cost: The room cost is $160/week and includes all utilities, internet, cable, furniture, cleaning supplies, and, most importantly, a place to call home. Please call Mike Elder @ 443-745-3344 for more information

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