Indy Sober Living

Transitional Housing
Indianapolis, IN
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10124 E. 46th St.
Indianapolis, IN - 46235

(317) 210-3733 Click to call There are 3 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Indy Sober Living

Indy Sober Living is a recovery house / halfway house that has faith and the Bible at its core. We have an in-house recovery program that includes weekly Relapse Prevention classes, Celebrate Recovery 12-Step meetings, and Bible studies. The house has 10 bedrooms, 4 baths, living room, dining room, library, kitchen, and office. $99 a week.

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There are 3 reviews

Anonymous - Nov 5, 2018

Would like to know if you are able to accept me with 4 children? Ages 15...10...9...and 6. Just moved here to indianapolis from lafayette indiana and we are staying with my mother grandmother and step dad in very small home and they struggle with addiction to pills and alcohol. I am ready to give up alcohol and have been attending new begining s church.

Anonymous - Aug 26, 2019

Do u have any available beds I can be there in 3 da ys how much money do I need to start please get back to me

Anonymous - Jan 27, 2020

Hi. My name is henry. I am a married man who found himself struggling with meth addiction. It has cost me nearly everything. But am at the brink of still juggling everything. I seek to gain a positive support network of like minded people who also seek this in their life. And who are geared on overcoming the struggle of addiction. I'm also a responsible person, have employment and full coverage insurance.

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  1. Meth posted April 8, 2019
  2. I have been in recovery for 5 months now I am currently living in Tennessee my kids and grandbabies r in indiana that's where I am from I would like to come there n get on my feet so I can be reunited with them posted August 26, 2019
  3. Heroin and meth posted August 20, 2019
  4. I have been clean for 2 months now an plan o staying that way. I just need a place to stay for 3 months to get back on my feet. I work full time and am an honest guy. All I ask for is a chance posted October 16, 2019
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