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Nonprofit seeks to increase sober housing - Rutland Herald

posted at 11:38 am Wed Jun 18th, 2014 by (WherezIt_Staff)

The two men who started a "sober living" home in Waterbury last year have created a nonprofit organization with the hope of establishing more such residences across the state.

In December, David Riegel and Andrew Gonyea formed the nonprofit Vermont Foundation of Recovery. The pair started their first sober house in Waterbury last year after Riegel's sister, Melissa Riegel-Garrett, leased her childhood home on East Street to Gonyea.

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