How to Open a Sober Living House?

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There is a lot of work and planning that must go into opening a sober living house. For one you must get proper liscenses to even do business and then maintain the environment advertised.
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Many grants and federal funds are available today for opening a sober living house. Grants can even be written by an individual for consideration. There is a great demand for this in our country.
One great source to contact to find out how to do that would be Alcoholics Anonymous. They should be able to give you all of the information that you would need.
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