Rachel House

Transitional Housing
Lexington, KY
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113 Garrett Ave
Lexington, KY - 40504

(859) 312-8321 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one therachelhouse113@yahoo.com

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About Rachel House

The Rachel House is a faith-based, transitional home for women in addiction recovery. They exist to offer women a place to find freedom, renewed hope and rebuild their lives once they have complete their inpatient rehab services. There is a $200 non-refundable deposit and weekly rent is $115. They are a smoking facility in designated areas.

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