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Greenleaf Recovery Homes o ffer transitional sober living for male and females in recovery.
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.
$170 1st week
$170 non-refundable administration fee
$170 last weeks rent
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
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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