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The Rainbow House offers Full service sober home in downtown Lynn, MA.
Fees are $600 per month.
Includes: full time manager, house van, nursing staff, rec room, WiFi, computers, full kitchen, all utilities and bedding.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
There are 2 reviews
Anonymous - Apr 3, 2020
Im currently in a recovery program and would like to be a member of your sober home
Anonymous - Jun 23, 2020
I was referred to you by my care manager of Tufts Health Care. I am seeking affordable sober living. I am currently homeless, on a fixed SSA income.
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