New Life Recovery Residence

Transitional Housing
Grand Rapids, MI
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Sheldon Ave
Grand Rapids, MI - 49503

(616) 730-2211 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one admin@newliferecoveryresidence.com Website

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About New Life Recovery Residence

The New Life Recovery Residence program is a Christian based sober house helping men become free of alcohol and drug abuse addictions through education and mentoring.

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