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Miracle House
510 E. Oakton Street
Des Plaines, IL 60018
Operating since:
Serves: Female
House Name

Miracle House

Pricing starts at $0 per month
Contact Info

Name: Tom Rees
Phone1: 1 310-909-8470
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Email: Call for Email

     
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 Main Description

One of the greatest dilemmas for the alcoholic woman entering recvoery is where to go and how does she put the pieces together when she begins. Our home is a cozy, friendly, intimate environment where we live like a family. We assist a woman to reintegrate into society, rebuild self-esteem and become independent by finding employment, participating in 12 Step Recovery groups, relearning life skills and learning how to have fun in sobriety.

     
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Tom Rees: "Please encourage house manager to complete this page so that photographs, amenities, prices, and descriptions are completed for guests who are searching."

     
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"Must-Have" Amenities
Parking Available Handicap Accessible
Single Rooms Available Outdoor Smoking Area
Pets Allowed Walking Distance to Public
Walking Distance to Meetings Transportation
     
 Additional Comments

If you are an alcoholic woman who needs help, you are eligible for residency if...

-You are 18 years of age or older
-You have 5 days of abstinence from alcohol & drugs
-You are willing to participate in the 12 Step Program of Alcoholics Anonymous
-You are employable

     
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