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Greenleaf Recovery Homes

Transitional Housing
Roxbury , MA
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5 Stafford St.
Roxbury , MA - 02119

(857) 247-7067 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Website

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Greenleaf Recovery Homes o ffer transitional sober living for male and females in recovery. Amenities: Laundry, WiFi, cable, furnished rooms, parking, is easily accessible by public transportation, and close proximity to shopping, movies, and supermarkets. They also have a home for males in recovery in Dorchester. Cost: $170 1st week $170 non-refundable administration fee $170 last weeks rent

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There are 2 reviews

Anonymous - Nov 13, 2019

Hello my name is Sandra Jenkins I’ve had multiple failed attempts to become an advocate in a sober home in the city of Boston. I feel the house on Stafford St. would not only be a great location, but also a wonderful change for woman of all ethical back grounds. Having interactions with the most difficult disgusting worker by the name of Jennifer Shea has nevertheless been a traumatic experience not only for me personally but also my sobriety. What filth she is dealing with woman who struggle to stay clean on a daily basis. I feel sorry for her and her endeavors with this company!

Anonymous - Jul 17, 2020

Hi looking for a single room occupancy

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