Sober & Happy New Year from Junction House Recovery As we get ready to embark on a new year, Junction House Recovery is grateful for our staff, clients and their families who helped make 2017 one to remember.

It’s a wonderful time to reflect upon the past and make plans for the future. We realize that this time of year may be difficult for many who are struggling staying sober. It’s impossible to change what has already happened, but we can take positive steps to create a different future.

Congratulations to those individuals who have experienced a year of sobriety. Junction House knows that this is no small feat and we celebrate with you. We understand the challenges you experienced throughout the year.

Junction House Recovery never takes for granted the ups and downs of staying sober. For those of you who were not as fortunate and have suffered from alcohol and drug addiction, our hearts go out to you.

It’s difficult to know where to turn when you are down and out. Junction House Recovery has many years of experience, with owners that have been in addiction recovery themselves. There is nothing more important to Debbi and Kiki than contributing to your long lasting sobriety.

The women in our recovery residences have demonstrated great strength and courage. Hopefully, the support and comforts that our Junction House Recovery staff have provided made a difference. There is nothing like the bonds of sisterhood, especially, at the holiday season. The environment and culture at our women’s sober living homes are designed to encourage long lasting sobriety.

Junction House Recovery offers unique solutions to alcohol and drug addiction.  To find out more about our women’s recovery residences and how we can help you stay sober in the new year, please contact us at 215-919-1558.

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Dr. Kiki at 215-919-1558

Debbi at 215-815-0113

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