The Hidden Brook Farm

Transitional Housing
Grantham, NH
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1120 Dunbar Hill Rd
Grantham, NH - 03753

(603) 865-5260 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one mbobilev@gmail.com Website Go to Facebook

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About The Hidden Brook Farm

Men's Structured Sober Living Farm located in Grantham, NH in the Dartmouth/Sunapee region. Custom home with expansive views of the 17 acre farm and surrounding wooded acreage. Amenities: Two live in staff 7 resident beds 3 gas fireplaces 3 deck s Fire-pit area Vegetable gardens Indoor parking Entertainment room with theater seating and surround sound Community computer room Exercise equipment Music area with guitar and keyboard Pool table On site laundry Workshop Drug screening In house peer support groups Structure and accountability Resume/job placement assistance Weekend outings Daily group meetings Not FREE, Call for cost.

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