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Phoenix House

Transitional Housing
Boise, ID
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11605 W Florida Dr
Boise, ID - 83709

(208) 918-8200 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Fax Number: (208) 545-7917 Website

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About Phoenix House

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As a premier recovery home in Boise, Phoenix House is laser focused on providing individual connection and support for each member of their home. Their leadership team in each home, is dedicated to accepting each person where they are in their life with love, acceptance, and without judgement. They are a locally owned, family business. Phoenix House is a Working, Recovery House. They expect: *Abstinence from drugs and alcohol *Working with a counselor/or sponsor *Participate in house chores *Attend 3-5 meetings every week *Work with AA, NA or other recovery organization *Attend weekly house meetings every Sunday *Accept direction from house manager

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