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January 4, 2013 10:06 PM

New program offers recovering addicts affordable housing

After completing 18 months of substance abuse treatment, Timberly Fox was hoping the legal problems she'd worked to overcome wouldn't keep her from finding a place to live. A unique arrangement between landlord Bruce Nicol and the Chrysalis House, a non-profit recovery program for women, allowed her to have more than she could have hoped for.

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