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Phoenix House of Boise

Transitional Housing
Boise, ID
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5024 N Mitchell st
Boise, ID - 83704

(208) 514-1217 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Fax Number: (208) 545-7917 Website

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About Phoenix House of Boise

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Premier sober living home in Boise. Onsite manager and assistant manager. Free WiFi, cable, paper products, utilities included, computer/printer use. Phoenix House have shared and private rooms available. Shared rooms $350, private rooms $450. They accept BPA and private pay. They are available from 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM 7 days per week.

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