The Gorham Fellowship, Inc.

Transitional Housing
Bridgeport, CT
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1108 Fairfield Ave.
Bridgeport, CT - 06605

203-908-4487 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one rick.c@gorhamfellowship.org Website

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About The Gorham Fellowship, Inc.

Located within walking distance of Seaview Park on the beautiful Long Island Sound as well as an easy walk or GBT bus ride to the central bus and train stations in Bridgeport, CT, The Gorham Sober Living House provides a clean, safe and structured environment where men in recovery can actively begin to transition back into the community. The Gorham Fellowship understands that sober living is a crucial step in one's life recovery. They offer a structured setting to practice valuable life skills and their goal is to help residents prepare for living sober beyond treatment. 3 Bed/Room:  $80.00/Wk 2 Bed/Room:  $110.00/Wk. Single Room:  $135.00/Wk. *Rates posted are as of Sept 2015. Contact for updated rates.

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