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The Reserve at Nichol Mill Lane

Transitional Housing
Brentwood, TN
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427 Nichol Mill Lane
Brentwood, TN - 37027

(850) 687-9823 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one r.douglashanson@aol.com Website Go to Facebook

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About The Reserve at Nichol Mill Lane

Last-Modified: 2020-05-06 07:38:00

Luxury Sober Living Homes with Private Bedrooms and Upscale Furniture.  NARR Level II, TN ARR Certified Sober Living Facility. Offering yoga, Meditation, music therapy, mindfulness and recovery and step study. Office Open 24 hours a day.

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Mission Statement: Our Mission is to help those recovery achieve a level of peace and happiness they never though possible without alcohol or drugs through achievement of our sober living Goals and participation in the Services we offer.

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  1. Im a recovering Alcoholic 2 months and 5 days sober. Working 12 steps on step 4 with my sponsor. I have a job and a car. Im seeking a structured sober living home. posted July 28, 2020
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