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Shoreline Sober Living | San Diego Sober Living

Transitional Housing
San Diego, CA
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13334 Tiverton Rd
San Diego, CA - 92130

(858) 766-1922 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website Go to Facebook

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Shoreline Sober Living provides sober living in San Diego and surrounding areas . Offer treatment services alongside our residential program to cater for alcohol and drug addiction. Opening hours are 24/7 for sober living homes and costs vary dependent on how long you stay. Average costs start from $1000. Open 24 hours.

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

There is 1 review

Anonymous - Dec 8, 2019

I am a recovery coach in San Diego. I currently have two clients looking for a more supportive living environment. One is coming from a college dorm and struggling mostly with marijuana and medication compliance for Bipolar Disorder. The other will soon be released from detox from alcohol and is struggling with PTSD from sexual assault. Both women would feel more comfortable in an environment that is women only. Would it be possible to schedule a visit and get more information?

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