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Live Free Structured Sober Living Manchester for Men

Transitional Housing
Manchester, NH
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70 Kelley Street
Manchester, NH - 03102

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Men’s Sober Living Home in Manchester, NH has 21 beds available in a stunning Victorian home. The entire house has been modernized with all the needed amenities. The house hosts twenty residents at one time, including two live-in Staff members. Live Free Structured Sober Living is also a MAT (Medicated Assisted Treatment) accessible program. Amenities: One paid live-in staff, two live in house managers, drug screenings, in house peer support groups, one on one recovery mentoring, beautifully furnished accommodations, on-site laundry, a computer lounge, high level of structure and accountability, job placement assistance. Call for costs.

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

There is 1 review

Anonymous - Feb 17, 2019

I live in the Tyrell house at 15 Brook St until my graduation date of June 6th I would like to know if there will be any beds open by that time and what are the requirements of living there

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