Sober Horizons

Transitional Housing
Acworth, GA
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2850 Kellogg Creek Road
Acworth, GA - 30102

(202) 390-6121 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one james@soberhorizons.com Website

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About Sober Horizons

This is a 7 bedroom sober house. They have four beds for men, and 3 bed for females. Cost: $700 per month per person/bed. The home has been restructured  with appropriate security measures and have a female house manager in residence at the home. All perimeter doors are monitored by an alarm system that uses closed circuit cameras with 24 hour recording. They use breathalyzers and laboratory grade drug screening products on a random basis. They work with court ordered supervision agencies to maintain each clients compliance. Member of Georgia Addiction Counselors Association.

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