LivingProof Recovery featured in Rome News-Tribune
There’s a building on Shorter Avenue with a big, beautiful porch and plants all around it. A whimsical hedgehog sculpture welcomes visitors to the front door.
This used to be a funeral home. It used to be a place to care for the dead. Now it’s full of life and it’s full of hope.
This building, located at 408 Shorter Avenue, is the home of Living Proof Recovery. It’s filled with people who are recovering from a variety of addictions. But it’s not a clinic. It’s not a “facility.” It’s a warm, welcoming, comfortable space where community residents can come to connect with each other and to receive help on their journeys of recovery — wherever they may be on that road.
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