Sober Living Services

Transitional Housing
Smithville, TN
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400 S College St
Smithville, TN - 37166

615-318-1337 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. soberlivingtn@outlook.com Website

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About Sober Living Services

Sober Living Services is a long term 12 step Faith based recovery program. They are a BOPP approved transitional housing program. Their goal is to help the entire person heal from the disease of addiction using a combination of 12 step practices, therapeutic models, psycho-social education, employment skills, case management, life skills, and spirituality. They believe that by assisting individuals with every area of their life they can place them on track to make life long changes. Their office is open 8a-5p Monday thru Friday. Their entry fee is $595 which covers the first 4 weeks of the program- after the initial four weeks it is $135 weekly.

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

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Anonymous - Jan 17, 2020

Me and my boyfriend are looking for a halfway house

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