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No Longer Bound breaks ground for new housing
No Longer Bound
No Longer Bound's founder, Mike Harden, right, and Edward Bailey, executive director , attend the groundbreaking ceremony for the new dorm.

No Longer Bound, a recovery program in Forsyth County for men overcoming addiction located at 2725 Pine Grove Road, broke ground on space for a new dorm Thursday. 

The new 56-man dorm will increase capacity by 30 percent. 

Because of the completion of the Do For One Capital Campaign, No Longer Bound’s new dorm will greatly improve the standard of living for residents so that combined with its high clinical standards, No Longer Bound will be able to provide a more holistic and healthy environment for recovery. 

Haverty’s Furniture has donated all of the new furniture that will provide each bedroom with two beds, two nightstands, two chests, lamps, a rug, and various other pieces of furniture for the common areas. Phase 1 of the Capital Campaign is building the new dorm and phase 2 is to expand and build upon the additional eight unused acres on No Longer Bound’s campus.

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