Light Landing

7 Badger Street
Nashua, NH - 03060
(603) 315-4960

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Light Landing
Light Landing
Light Landing
Light Landing
Light Landing

  • Light Landing is a female-only sober living home that serves women suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction who have achieved 30+ days of sobriety.
  • As a transitional home, their mission is to help their residents build confidence and find stability to balance their lives in recovery.
  • They expect all of their residents to be fully committed to long-term recovery and employ a dedicated and compassionate staff to help empower each resident.
  • They provide a resident application on their website for those who are interested in learning more about their house and the services they provide.

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2019-05-31 09:30:59herion, 6 yrs
2019-10-28 23:31:29Heroin and Meth - I've been an addict for over 10 years but have been clean since 08/13/2019

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2019-03-10 12:48:18 Reply

I am interedted in finding out more about your sober living home. I was wondering if you support MAT at all?

2019-08-10 13:06:29 Reply

I am interested in moving into a sober house. I am currently im drug court in Nashua. I was renting a room but when the homeowner found out I was in drug court he asked me to leave. I need to find a place ASAP! The problem I'm runnibg into is I'm on Suboxone. Do you allow people on MAT??

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