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The Lazarus house II - Taylor Made Recovery

Transitional Housing
Mount Vernon, WA
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2324 Monica Dr.
Mount Vernon, WA - 98273

(360) 755-6903 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it.

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About The Lazarus house II - Taylor Made Recovery

Last-Modified: 2020-01-04 11:26:22

The Lazarus House II is a CO-Ed transitional housing program that is designed to provide structured housing while people are in a fragile stage of their recovery process. Their program and staff are committed to 'Be the change they want to see in the world.'-Ghandi - their goal is to help all who seek to become successful in their recovery.   This is a TRUE Clean & Sober housing program, they take everyone's journey into a sober life with the utmost importance and seriousness. Theirs is the standard for EXCELLENCE, they will never depreciate in value. Not for You or Themselves. Taylor Made Recovery LLC accepts clients who have made the commitment to maintain sobriety regardless of their specific stage in recovery. Their standard throughout their entire organization is to provide structure, resources, and a safe environment to individuals who have worked hard to get to where they are and will continue to do so. The Lazarus House residency can vary from short term to extended time stays (1-2 days, 6 months - 3 years.) Affordable rent of $500-$650 month (they offer sliding fee scales) Transportation to & from Meetings & Outpatient Care They provide interim support and services for those who are potentially at risk of institutional settings, homeless and struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. The Lazarus house is dedicated to providing a safe, clean, sober & secure living environment with a specific 'care plan' to help bridge learning and application towards their recovery that is geared for their individual purpose and program.

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There is 1 review

Anonymous - Dec 2, 2019

I am living with my aunt right really need a oxford home. I have been attending CA meetings with my cousin Nathan Honor (seven years clean). Had a room in a apt in Mt Vernon but hasn't worked out yet so I really need a place to live. I have a application I could drop by or text or e-mail to you.

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  1. in recent recovery after 3 weeks at sundown ranch from weed and herrion posted December 2, 2019
  2. alcohol posted February 19, 2020
  3. I've been off of opiods and meth since July 2nd. I have not drank either. But I keep smoking weed for my anxiety, my bipolar, depression and pain. I don't feel that marijuana is a bad drug, I look at it as medicine. But, I was turned away from my housing at the Pioneer Transitional House for peeing dirty. I'm currently living in my daughter's cold barn and being treated cold hearted and rushed to get out. I don't have a sponcer, I haven't worked my steps but I intend to stay sober, even not smoking weed or cigarettes. I just need someone to give me a chance and give me a home. posted March 12, 2020
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