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About Warrior's Path West for Men
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Warrior's Path West is a sober house for men dedicated to the safe recovery from addiction.
They help their residents stay committed to recovery by providing a strong support team, a safe substance-free environment, help with health insurance and doctor's appointments, resume-building workshops, and even job placement.
Every resident has access to community programs, volunteer work, and support meetings.
The Warrior's Path mission is to provide support for those managing their own recovery.
Residents are responsible for maintaining their sobriety and following house rules and guidelines.
Every resident stays active through work and community service, while having the freedom to manager his own schedule. They are committed to Safety and Sobriety, and we'll help you stay on track.
Contact Jeffrey Rosenspan at 781-408-9035 They are open 24 hours per day, seven days a week.
Rent starts at $165 per week.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
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