Sanctuary Recovery Residences

Transitional Housing
Greenville, RI
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PO Box 441
Greenville, RI - 02828

1 (401) 636-237 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website

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About Sanctuary Recovery Residences

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Sanctuary Recovery Residences of Rhode Island offers sober living for those recovering from addiction. About Sanctuary Recovery Residences The Sanctuary will endeavor to provide safe, substance free, affordable, and supportive housing environments for individuals recovering from substance use disorders who wish to establish and maintain long term sobriety and to develop the skills and insight necessary to be positive, responsible, and productive members of society.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

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Anonymous - Jun 25, 2020

Been sober for 3 years. Recently left a relationship of 7 years and looking to stay sober but do not trust myslef living alone at the moment. I need to feel accountability. Please help. I do not want to relapse.

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