Safety Net Recovery Launches New Site to Help Men and Women Transition into Sobriety

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Safety Net Recovery, a sober living facility for men and women who want to maintain their sobriety, recently launched a brand new website. The modern, clean look of the new site represents Safety Net Recovery's voice on a user-friendly platform and makes it simple for those needing assistance or their loved ones to navigate and reach out for help.

Safety Net Recovery, a sober living facility for men and women who want to maintain their sobriety, recently launched a brand new website. The modern, clean look of the new site represents Safety Net Recovery's voice on a user-friendly platform and makes it simple for those needing assistance or their loved ones to navigate and reach out for help.

Safety Net Recovery’s new website boasts photos of their men’s, women’s and Greenville, South Carolina facilities, a breakdown of the services and programs they have available and an introduction to their team, helping men and women across the country accomplish their sobriety goals. Click-to-call features make it simple for those in need to reach out for help without even having to dial the number.

Sober living should be a place of healing and growing into a new, clean life. Safety Net Recovery’s team of highly trained and credentialed professionals works hard to create an environment that will build up their clients, not hold them down. With their brand new website, Safety Net Recovery hopes to help men and women across the country own their sobriety and learn how to live healthy, happy lives.

For more information about how Safety Net Recovery is helping men own their sobriety, please contact their office at: 1 (770) 432-9774.

About Safety Net Recovery

Based out of Atlanta, Georgia, Safety Net Recovery is a structured sober living facility for men and women who want to maintain their sobriety after completing treatment. It provides them with a secure place to reside within a highly supportive community in order to help them achieve lifelong sobriety. Safety Net Recovery’s dedicated, licensed professionals create a foundation for men and women to stay spiritual, safe and loved while learning how to grow and live in their new sober lives. For more information, visit http://www.safetynetrecovery.com.

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