Jeremiah House of Recovery

Transitional Housing
Apple Valley, MN
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193 Garden View Drive
Apple Valley, MN - 55124

651-283-2558 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it.

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About Jeremiah House of Recovery

Last-Modified: 2020-01-03 12:41:36

Jeremiah House of Recovery is a Transitional housing, faith based alternative recovery program for men. Their residential housing program welcomes men, who want to change their lives from homelessness, addictions and in need of supportive housing services; and how to change lifestyles including cognitive learning skills; to enter into their employment jobs training program. Programs offer mental health support recovery, substance abuse counseling therapy with licensed professionals; persons leaving treatment programs and mental health facilities returning to communities.

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