The Raven

Transitional Housing
Smithfield, NC
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1652 E. Booker Dairy Rd
Smithfield, NC - 27577

(919) 938-8353 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. contact@theravennc.com Website

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About The Raven

Are you or anyone you know suffering from substance abuse, alcoholism, domestic abuse or just can't seem to get to where you want to be in life as a result of previous life choices you have made? The Raven is a non-profit ministry in Johnston County that offers a variety of services from counseling (individual,family, marriage and group) drug and alcohol assessments outpatient, buprenorphine treatment, a life-coaching program that allows for someone you may know would like more information about please feel free to contact us.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

There is 1 review

Anonymous - Jan 6, 2018

Hello, I am writing in hopes of finding a temporary place to live as I try to get my life together and get back on my feet. I am not, nor have I ever been addicted to drugs nor alcohol and often, it seems, I would be more successful in finding help had I been. I was in an abusive marriage for nearly 14 years and had several abusive relationships after. I realize that in part, my very poor choices have gotten me to the place I find myself today... along with several unfortunate events that were out of my control. If necessary, I will gladly share more in detail but being uncertain of what this "comment" box is actually for- I am hesitant to waste your time. Please send me more information about requirements and how to apply. I am so weary of being homeless and couch surfing. Without a stable place to call home, it is so difficult to even work. Thank you for your time.

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