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Summit Recovery Asheville

Transitional Housing
Asheville, NC
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208 Westover Dr.
Asheville, NC - 28801

(704) 682-3987 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Go to Facebook

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About Summit Recovery Asheville

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Affordable male sober living program located in West Asheville. Comprehensive sober living program that provides accountability and structure for individuals early in sobriety. As a highly structured halfway house, Summit Recovery has a sober staff member living in each property year-round. They promote a proactive approach engaging each client into the core of the recovery community through a productive routine, healthy activities, and a focus on group unity. In other words, clients are expected to become active members of the community and to form bonds with the other members of the house. They provide multiple drug tests a week, full-time staff, and transportation for each member enrolled in our program. Cost: $200 dollars weekly from all individuals in the program. These fees are used to pay all bills, staff, drug testing, and transportation cost for each individual.

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