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West wood Apts S street

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Tacoma, WA
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125 s. 170th St.
Tacoma, WA - 98445

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Anonymous - Aug 15, 2019

Hello my name is Jamie Ray I am interested in moving into your housing program in Tacoma . I am currently staying in a clean & sober house in Covington WA the reason for me wanting to move to the Tacoma area is because all my family support is in the Tacoma area . Living in Covington in this clean & sober house has been a blessing . I have been clean & sober for 9 months I think by me moving to the Tacoma area it would be best because my family support is in that area . However I am attending NA meetings going to IOP and I am also going to drug court please email me with any information you may have or if anything is available thank you for your time God bless. Sincerely , Jamie Ray

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