Name: Tom Rees
Phone1: 1 310-909-8470
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Mentor & Recovery located in Austin, Texas offers a safe and supportive sober living environment for men needing community support as they continue in recovery from their addictions. M&R balances safety, proactive recovery and life skill plans, a positive atmosphere, new lifestyle training and introduction to the recovery and business community for all members who are willing to apply themselves to recovery in atmosphere of encouragement and accountability.
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Single Rooms Available
Outdoor Smoking Area
Walking Distance to Public
Walking Distance to Meetings
Our home at 5704 Adams Ave in Central Austin, Texas is centrally located within walking distance to major bus routes, (12 min to UT Campus), light rail, local employers, grocery shopping and many restaurants. Our members also have walking proximity (0.9 mi) to the Northland Suburban Group of Alcoholics Anonymous which has daily meetings from 7:30 am to 8:00 pm seven days a week in a clubhouse environment.
The layout of the 3 bedroom, 3 full bath home allows for privacy and a open communal kitchen and living space. The bedrooms are very large allowing for a comfortable arrangement for two men. Each bedroom has its own bathroom. The house is located on a large lot allowing for quiet and common outdoor activities.
The key functionality of the home is to act as a spiritual center with a library of recovery and spiritual books and comfortable furnishings encouraging development of recovery and spiritual principals.