Gateway Recovery House

Transitional Housing
Torrington, CT
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30 George Street
Torrington, CT - 06790

(860) 215-2036 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. info@gatewayrecoveryhouse.com Website

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About Gateway Recovery House

Gateway recovery house, inc. offers men in recovery the perfect combination of safety, structure and accountability in a safe, clean, transitional/affordable home. With directors who have first hand experience in recovery, the house is built around a total recovery lifestyle. 2,700 SF home has 10 spacious single bedrooms with a wide array of amenities. Each resident is required to attend a minimum of (4) N.A./A.A. meetings per week and be actively working the 12-steps with a qualified sponsor. FEES: Single Room: $150.00/week Refundable Security: $150.00 One-time Application Fee: $100.00

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There is 1 review

Anonymous - May 18, 2020

i am discharging from trinity glen on 6/23 I started treatment on 6/2018 I have all most two yrs clean I have bean to rushford,lebonon pines,and this is my second time at the glen .I also spent two and a half months at the sobering center in Danbury and another two and a half months in the cematary accross the street

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