Clean and Sober Housing

Transitional Housing
Kent, WA
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634 East Titus St.
Kent, WA - 98030

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About Clean and Sober Housing

Clean & sober house, close to transportation, quiet neighborhood, close to a park, library and shopping. Bed in double room $450.00, private room $600.00 month, plus $200.00 processing fee for all applicants.

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Anonymous - Feb 13, 2020

When I asked about vacancies the other day, I don't recall if I left an e-mail address. I'm so used to that being filled in automatically when making inquiries to companies about parts and services. I was asking if there is space available? the location near Kent Sounder Station would be great for me. Thanks. Daniel

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