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Sober Crossings

Transitional Housing
Lynn, MA
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292 Chestnut St
Lynn, MA - 01902

781-285-3080 Click to call There are 3 reviews. Scroll down to see them. info@sobercrossings.org Website Go to Facebook

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About Sober Crossings

Last-Modified: 2019-12-10 07:20:52

Established in 2008, Sober Crossings is a clean, affordable, all inclusive sober living house located in Lynn MA (just north of Boston) where their goal is to provide a transitional bridge for men and women in recovery to cross over from treatment into long term sobriety and independent living. They have little short term turnover meaning their residents stay for long periods of time thus ensuring a healthy, stable, sober living environment for those who are serious about their recovery. Ther residences are completely furnished and provide the following: LCD televisions WITH CABLE in every bedroom Free local & long distance phone service Full use of washers & dryers located on-site (no coin-op) Full use of computers with Internet/WiFi access in each unit Fully equipped kitchens and cabinet space in each unit All utilities (gas, electric, & cable) included Close to MBTA bus and train lines (bus stops right in front) Referrals to social agencies and community resources as needed They conduct regular and random drug testing Sober Crossings is a self pay residence. Weekly Fees: $140 /week for semi-private room(2 person) $160 /week for private room (1 person)

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There are 3 reviews

Anonymous - Nov 29, 2018

I'm looking for help transitioning for myself only.

Anonymous - Oct 30, 2019

Finishing this Friday, 11/1 and looking for a sober place to stay for a few months. I have work in painting and Receive SSDI benefits. I know a lot of sober people in Lynn

Anonymous - Jul 14, 2020

I'm in need of a sober house I need help in staying sober Thank you Joseph calnan

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