New Horizons Recovery Homes

Transitional Housing
Inkster, MI
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Inkster, MI - 48141

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About New Horizons Recovery Homes

New Horizons Recovery Homes prides themselves with the amount of help they offer the sober living community. Their clients love to stay in their well maintained, well organized, and structured 3/4 housing. There are shared rooms. The program fee is $500 a month or $125 a week.  Their staff and housing managers maintain a strict environment to ensure your recovery goes as smooth as possible and you are able to transition back into normal life. Office Hours Monday-Saturday 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

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