Gifhorn House

Transitional Housing
Roseville, MI
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26741 Woodmont St
Roseville, MI - 48066

(586) 203-8016 Click to call There are 4 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Website

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About Gifhorn House

Last-Modified: 2020-02-24 13:01:50

Gifhorn House Sober Living is an affordable, welcoming sober living home for men and women who have the sincere desire to live in a supportive recovery environment. Two different locations: 1 men's and 1 women's in Roseville.

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There are 4 reviews

Anonymous - May 19, 2020

Am looking to get into a recovery house, I currently live with my daughter and family and need sober living situation plzzz contact me.

Anonymous - Jun 2, 2020

I cant reply to a comment. Please call or email me for more info on this house. Frank Kowalski Gifhorn House

Anonymous - Jul 7, 2020

Is a spot available I have money.. will be on suboxone

Anonymous - Jul 17, 2020

Sorry I do not allow Suboxone. I know it does help people and at one time I did allow it, but unfortunately I found people selling it or giving it to others in the house and the only feasible way to stop the abuse was not to have it in the house. I always ask people if they have tried Naltrexone (Vivitrol) as I have had 1 or 2 people use it quite effectively and even after stopping it have stayed sober. For others that will ask here is my current list of drugs not allowed. This list will be updated from time to time : NO SLEEP AIDS WITH ALCOHOL NO NARCOTIC MEDICATIONS OF ANY KIND NO SUBOXONE OR METHADONE NEURATIN (LYRICA, GABAPENTIN) BENZODIAZEPINE (NIRAVAM, XANAX, KLONOPIN) KRATOM

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