Droege House Transitions, Inc

Transitional Housing
Dayton, KY
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925 Fifth Avenue
Dayton, KY - 41074

(859) 291-1045 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website

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About Droege House Transitions, Inc

Droege House Transitional housing and residential substance abuse treatment. Call for more details. Transitions offers a second chance at life for people who have lost hope in themselves.  They restore this hope by giving them the tools they need to live as sober and productive members of their community.  They restore hope to families by educating them on the disease of addiction and facilitating discussion between them and their addicted family member.  They restore hope to the community by offering a safe place for those seeking treatment and by providing daily meeting space for practicing members of recovery groups like Alcoholics Anonymous.  

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

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