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Volunteers of America - Freedom House Women’s Addiction Recovery Program

1432 South Shelby Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 40217
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Close bonds with other clients Poor management The facility is closed now due to funding
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Staff have strong compassion for helping people/clients. Very organized daily routine, clean center. People seem to get by drug tests often easily This particular facility has given me the beautiful life I have today, learned a lot about myself and have been given the proper tools to live my life sober, effectively, successfully. I am now able to give back and help others achieve sobriety, by the grace of God.