Jump Start Recovery Home

Transitional Housing
Stockton, CA
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4118 Kassady Court
Stockton, CA - 95206

(510) 827-8067 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one admin@jumpstartrecovery.net Website

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Last-Modified: 2019-11-14 09:00:02

Jump Start is a Transitional sober living environments for men. Their mission is to promote the well-being of men in recovery from alcohol, drugs and related behaviors by providing a safe, structured and independent sober living environment. They do regular and random testing. They utilize a service system that emphasizes trust, respect, confidentiality and compassion. They are committed to providing a nurturing, supportive 12-step based atmosphere for individuals at every stage of their recovery. 1 home in Stockton. 1 Men's home now open in Stockton. Affordable fees, $500 (Stockton). for a shared room this includes all utilities. Each house has cable tv, internet: access, washer-dryer and more! The House is conveniently located near public transportation including buses . For Stockton Area call Keith Barnes @ House Phone: (209)910-9520 Mobile: (510)827-8067 . Call for a walk through date are ask if there are open beds!

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