New sober living home to open in southern Alaska

Freedom House is a faith-based sober living transitional home for women. The house in Soldotna has eight beds for women working to recover from addiction. They can be referred to Freedom House via a treatment program or can walk in and ask for an application. Tenants sign up for a nine-month program three months at a time, during which they will live in the house and follow certain rules, like attending church, adhering to a curfew and getting a job to be able to pay a $450 housing fee.

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