The Sojourner Home

Transitional Housing
Los Angeles, CA
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527 W. Colden Ave.
Los Angeles, CA - 90044

(310) 819-8591 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. smyers889@gmail.com Website Go to Facebook

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About The Sojourner Home

The Sojourner Home is a sober living, transitional home for independent adults. Their newly remodeled home  offers a safe, supportive environment with an array of amenities including a brand new state of the art kitchen, with a energy efficient refrigerator, and a large microwave. This house also offers high speed internet access including a public computer. The Sojourner home has private and semi-private rooms, a home phone with free local and long distance calls, and an onsite laundry facility. They are exactly 1 block from the bus stop and 9 minutes from LAX. Rates as of March 2016: Intake Fees   First month rent- $700.00 Monthly Rent   $700 Additional Services $25.00 application

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There is 1 review

Anonymous - Jun 9, 2019

I am relocating to Los Angeles from Kansas City for a job as an attorney in DTLA.

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