Dallas 24 Hour Club - Dallas, TX

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4636 Ross Avenue
Dallas, TX 75204
: (214)823-3200
: www.dallas24hourclub.org

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Description: Temporary housing only for alcoholics who are sober. Provide low cost, $8.00 a day, housing for those wishing to restart their lives again free from alcohol and drugs.- 12 step residential program- 12 month maximum stay allowed- fed only one meal a day. Must be sober, not receiving government assistance such as SSI or disability and must be able to work.

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Do you have items to donate? Contact Dallas 24 Hour Club at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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