Eagle Recovery Center for Men

Transitional Housing
Choctaw, OK
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14330 SE 29th Street
Choctaw, OK - 73020

(405) 309-7484 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one eaglerecoverycenterformen@gmail.com

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About Eagle Recovery Center for Men

Spacious home accommodating up to 10 men with private rooms/beds and multiple shared restrooms.  Large common areas with community kitchen and laundry facilities.  Fees are set at $125 per week with a one-month time allowance to establish employment.  Once employment is established reimbursement for time unemployed begins at an additional $35 per week until reimbursement is paid in full.  Regular attendance in 12-Step meetings is required, as is voluntary submission to random oral and urinary analysis.  Access to clothing assistance and professional counseling services are available to residents. 

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