Limitless Sober Living

Transitional Housing
Newark, DE
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213 Madison Dr
Newark, DE - 19711

(410) 725-1219 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one limitless410@outlook.com Go to Facebook

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About Limitless Sober Living

Limitless Sober Living Originated in Cecil County with 3 very productive halfway houses. This is a new property with 5 bedrooms and walking access to all resources. Run a program that sets are residents up for success and tools to manage there recovery. Rent  $150 per week.

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