The House That Love Built

Transitional Housing
Phoenix, AZ
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500 N Extrella Pkwy
Phoenix, AZ - 85019

(183) 325-8568 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. adunn@builtonluv.com Website Go to Facebook

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About The House That Love Built

The House That Love BUilt are a non-profit 501 c(3) faith based organization dedicated to providing a safe and loving living environment for women transitioning from an institutional or rehab facility to live within a community committed to maintaining long term sobriety. Helping women in need with housing, enrichment services, job skills, financial literacy training, health awareness, and referrals. They offer a 24 month program cost $120 per week. Hours : 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Anonymous - Jun 28, 2019

I am inquiring to see if this would be a place my 22 year old son who is on the opioid trail. I believe it has more to do with his girlfriend but they both need to get goin in the right direction. Dont bbn want to enable them and I dont want to throw them on the streets either. Please lemme know if you have any advice... thank you

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