Elizabeth Quarters Boarding House - Higher Dimension

Transitional Housing
Austin, TX
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7511 Eastcrest
Austin, TX - 78752

(512) 477-0224 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. executiveadmin@higherdcaustin.org Go to Facebook

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About Elizabeth Quarters Boarding House - Higher Dimension

Provides a boarding house for men and women who are alcohol and drug free. Services include 3 meals a day, transportation to doctor appointments, washer and dryer, Cable TV in all rooms, and weekly activities. No maximum length of stay. Eligibility:   Men and women who are alcohol and drug free, accepts men and women in recovery Fees:   $500/month Intake Procedure:   C all the church for more information Documents Required:   Photo ID, proof of income is applicable, medical information if applicable

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There is 1 review

Anonymous - Dec 10, 2018

I'm 70 days sober. Left inpatient treatment on November 14th. Wanting to move back to Austin closer to husband and newborn and 10 year old. In kerrville right now. Eant to move asap. Please help

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