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Third Step Recovery

Transitional Housing
Paulsboro, NJ
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602 Beacon Ave
Paulsboro, NJ - 08066

(717) 542-9164 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Shawnhunt43@gmail.com Go to Facebook

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About Third Step Recovery

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Third Step Recovery LLC is a registered non-profit Addiction Service who's main goal is to assist addicts/alcoholics in completely changing their lives. They provide an entirely sober living environment as a stepping stone to clean and sober independent living. They have assisted countless recovering addicts/alcoholics return to a productive and sober way to live.

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There are 2 reviews

Anonymous - Oct 24, 2020

If someone in the sober house is using while living there what happens,?? I am scared for this person he is a chronic relapse person I just don't want him to die or manipulate the house which he is good at

Anonymous - Nov 1, 2020

Have pretty much reached rock bottom. Living place to place. Homeless mental health issues

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