Sanctuary Sober Living

Transitional Housing
Phoenix, AZ
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3907 E. Becker Lane
Phoenix, AZ - 85020

(602) 770-9822 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. info@sanctuarysoberliving.com Website Go to Facebook

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About Sanctuary Sober Living

Sanctuary Sober Living is a Affordable, welcoming sober living home for men who have the sincere desire to live in a supportive recovery environment Three different locations: 40th St. and Shea, 40th St. and Thunderbird, and 7th St. and Peoria. Cost is $145-$175 a week. Office is open 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Rates posted as of June 2019. Call for updated rates as they do change. Please visit their website for requirements and qualifications.

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Anonymous - May 6, 2019

Do you happen to accept men that are coming out of prison. ?...My son will soon be coming home and we are looking for a good transitional home for him.. Thank you for your time

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