Vida Nueva

Transitional Housing
San Jose, CA
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2212 Quimby Road
San Jose, CA - 95122

(408) 238-1820 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Go to Facebook

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About Vida Nueva

VIDA NUEVA (A New Life)  is an alcohol and drug prevention and recovery program. Vida Nueva has for thirty years been dedicated to providing an environment conducive to recovering alcoholics without regard to race, creed, or ethnic origin. The program is administered in tandem with the city, courts and jails. They specialize in cultural competence for Hispanics, but they welcome residents of other cultures. They firmly believe that interaction between people of diverse cultures enhances their understanding of each other. Their 90 day minimum program is for men 18 years of age or older who have had at least 72 hours of abstinence, who require no nursing care, and who agree to abide by the program regulations. Residents are often referred to Vida Nueva by their family, co-workers, employers, church, union, social service organization, doctor or friends. Often times, a person who is stressed by the proximity of drugs and alcohol in their everyday lives, will simply come to Vida Nueva on their own to make a positive change in their life.

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

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Anonymous - Nov 29, 2018

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