Step Two - North Inc Recovery Community

Transitional Housing
Chicago, IL
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4249 North Western Chicago
Chicago, IL - 60618

773.539.5176 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one info@steptwonorth.org Website

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About Step Two - North Inc Recovery Community

Step Two North is a sober living home in Chicago, Illinois, just south of the intersection of Montrose and Western Avenues. Its short-term goal for its residents is a foundation for recovery, and its long-term goals include education and career success. Step Two North provides a place to live while residents get back on their feet, and can also provide outsourcing for other services including outpatient psychological, psychiatric, and substance abuse treatment.

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