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About Rising Sun Sober Living - Lander Street
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Rising Sun Sober Living provide stable, supportive substance free housing for those in recovery.
Affordable housing for individuals needing accountability and structure to maintain sobriety.
Great place to live and well managed.
$400 per month (includes drug testing).
Approved provider through BPA Heath for those who qualify.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
Mission Statement: To provide a supportive, safe, and substance free environment for both men and women to rebuild their lives. A well managed housing program through compassionate and respectful professionals is paramount to the success of our residents.
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