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Halfway Houses

  • The Bridge
    • Delray Beach FL 33483
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    • Per Week : $151 - $250
    The Bridge is professionally managed and directed by a Licensed Psychotherapist and Interventionist. We have an extremely knowledgeable and professional staff with over 80 years of combined recovery. Our staff to resident ratio is unparalleled. The Bridge has encouraging and caring Residents Managers who live in their own apartments on property. The Bridge has a men’s location and a women’s location that are both in upscale neighborhoods and are conveniently located close to 12-Step meetings, job opportunities, shopping, and public transportation.
  • Infinite Sober Living
    • Candler NC 28715
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    • Per Week : $751 +
    At Infinite Sober Living, our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment for young women that will establish a strong foundation of mind, body, and spirit as they address the unique needs of their recovery. We believe that our individualized program will empower those struggling with alcoholism and addiction to make the necessary changes in their lives. The ultimate goal is to provide the tools for each resident to remain clean and sober while experiencing a life of infinite possibilities. In today’s world, there is a new understanding of the unique needs women face in their journey through recovery. At Infinite Sober Living, we believe that a gender-specific approach is necessary for a solid foundation of a more fulfilling life. Studies show that women struggle more with co-occurring disorders and past traumas which has lead to an increased rate in addiction among women. Our approach is to help our residents process the reasons they started drinking or using drugs in the first place. We believe, at Infinite Sober Living, that by creating a solid foundation of mind, body and spirit our residents are setup for a longer-lasting, healthier and happier life! Our program, at Infinite Sober Living, uses a well-rounded approach of helping our residents find the root causes of their addiction and learn safe and natural ways to cope with everyday problems. We believe that by fostering an environment that allows our residents to learn, understand and love themselves, not as addicts or alcoholics, but who they are at the core. We also believe that it is essential that the learning environment is fun and supportive so that our residents feel safe to let their walls down and allow the real recovery to start. When this happens along with the mind, body and spirit working together, our residents are given the opportunity to build the strongest foundation in their recovery!
  • Westport House
    • Westport CT 06880
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    • Per Week : $751 +
    Located in historic Westport, CT (Fairfield county), Westport House is a residential recovery community where men in early recovery can develop professionally, academically, and socially while learning what it means to live a sober lifestyle. It’s designed for men who are transitioning from drug and alcohol rehab programs, extended care, wilderness programs, and therapeutic boarding schools, and who require ongoing structure and support while learning what it means to navigate society as responsible sober adults. Westport House is a community within a community—a residential community embedded within the larger recovery community of Westport, Connecticut. Combining a 12-Step based philosophy with adventure, recreation, physical fitness, wellness, employment, and academic opportunities, our 360° Approach to Recovery integrates all the fundamental aspects of sober independent living. When a man walks into Westport House, he’ll find a bright, safe, home-like environment. He’ll be greeted by professional staff and residents and made to feel like he belongs . . . because he does. Every one of us here at Westport House is in recovery too. By the time he leaves, he will have developed the skills needed to stay sober and put into practice the responsibilities of independent living. He’ll have come to the realization that he’s not alone—that he needs the support of others who have shared the same experiences to maintain his sobriety and guide him down the path of recovery.
  • Hope House I
    • Fort Wayne IN 46802
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    • Per Week : $1 - $75
    Hope House, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization offering State Certified transitional residential programs for homeless women in recovery from chemical dependency. Founded by a small group of women in 1981, Hope House has expanded in both size and scope of services throughout the past thirty years. Today, Hope House offers services to 20 residential clients in two transitional residences in the West Central neighborhood of Fort Wayne. One home, called Hope House 1 at 1115 Garden Street, has beds for 12 women. The other home, just a few doors down at 1129 Garden Street, is called Martha's Place and houses 8 women. Both houses are supervised by experienced staff on a 24 hour basis using structured guidelines and individual case management to address client needs. Based on 12-Step recovery, the Hope House program offers on-site support groups and both Alcoholics Anonymous & Narcotics Anonymous meetings. Attendance at meetings, working with a sponsor, and moving through the Twelve Steps are all emphasized as part of a client's progress through our program.
  • Star House
    • Rome GA 30165
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    • Per Week : Free
  • Colonial Park House
    • Harrisburg PA 17109
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    • Per Week : $151 - $250
    We are a NARR and PARR certified sober living residence. This means we have been vetted thoroughly by the National Association of Recovery Residences and the Pennsylvanian Associations of Recovery Residences. This process is very thorough and requires inspections and sets a high bar for compliance, including a Code of Ethics, Resident Rights and a high level of integrity in everything we do. One of the best choices you can make after an inpatient stay at a drug and alcohol rehab is living at a sober living residence. Your road to recovery, after your inpatient stay, should be with the Colonial Park House.
  • Benchmark Recovery Center
    • Manor TX 78741
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    • Per Month : $10,001 - $15,000
    Our belief is that alcoholism and drug addiction are chronic, progressive diseases which demand a lifelong set of practices as a way of living if we are to experience permanent recovery. Our commitment to our residents is that we will provide a set of life skills and spiritual practices which will be incorporated and assimilated into their minds and hearts and allow them to recreate and reclaim their lives.
  • The Premier House
    • Annapolis MD 21401
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Nestled in the heart of Annapolis, Md., The Premier House is a men's recovery home structured to enhance an individual's moral principles and well-being. The residents within Premier work closely with one another to widen one's support network. The Premier House is your place to continue your road of recovery!
  • Arbor Place Inc
    • Menomonie WI 54751
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    • Per Month : $5,001 - $10,000
    Asking for help can be very difficult. When a person is ready, we are here. We have professional staff with expertise in assisting clients with substance abuse and mental health disorders. We have multiple programs and levels of care available to best meet the needs of individuals. At Arbor Place, Inc., we strive to provide the best quality and most effective services, at an affordable price. Arbor Place, Inc. is a participating provider for over 10 health insurance plans and is continually reviewing new insurance plans. Please contact your insurance provider or our office to check coverage. If an individual does not have health insurance coverage, private pay is accepted. Arbor Place, inc. also contracts with over 12 counties in the Western Wisconsin region.

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  • Centre Inc
    • Fargo ND 58102
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    • Per Month : $3,501 - $5,000
    Centre provides four types of transitional living facilities in Fargo: Residential Re-Entry Centers/Transitional Living/Halfway House, Quarter Way House, and Program HART a transitional residential facility/program for homeless Veterans, and permanent housing for Veterans (Veterans Manor). Centre’s residential services provide a supportive and structured living environment in which general counseling, drug testing, intensive monitoring, and chemical dependency and other treatment services are provided to adults who can benefit from a cognitive behavioral approach. The transitional residential facilities are staffed on a twenty-four hour a day basis. Although most residents are allowed to leave the facility for work and programming purposes, they must sign out and in with staff approval prior to leaving and upon return. Depending on varied referral source parameters and/or level/phase systems, residents may also sign out for other purposes. Upon resident admission, an intake interview is conducted. Fargo and Mandan Transition Programs and Quarterway housing: Assessment(s) are conducted, and a comprehensive individualized treatment plan is developed. Centre has a trained, certified, licensed counseling and/or case management staff that provide services to a wide range of client needs. Residents who are in need of additional specialized therapeutic services may be referred to other agencies in the community. The client’s length of time in residency varies, as each individual is unique, with special needs and circumstances. However, during their stay, residents are expected to comply with the facility rules and actively participate in recommended counseling and/or programming. Clients are ordinarily discharged upon achieving the goals of the individualized treatment plan applicable to the current level of care or upon successfully completing any court ordered sentence. Clients may be discharged at any time for violating program policies or demonstrating a lack of motivation in addressing issues.
  • Texas Valley Sober Living Home
    • Harlingen TX 78550
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Level of Home Membership based on quantity and quality of recovery. Restrictions based on Membership Level. Share room with one other individual, 4 persons to a unit. Home activities and members well integrated into local recovery community.
  • Serenity House-1
    • Ogden UT 84401
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
  • Substance Abuse Foundation
    • Long Beach CA 90804
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    • Per Month : $5,001 - $10,000
    Substance Abuse Foundation of Long Beach, Inc. ("SAF") is a supportive and caring recovery community with a unique home-like environment. Our non-profit organization has a 23-year history of providing affordable, professional community-based drug and alcohol treatment for people of diverse backgrounds, and those with special needs. We value each individual, and our professional and experienced treatment staff designs each person’s treatment program to fit their needs and substance abuse history. Our wide array of Treatment Services include residential and outpatient care, supportive services, and aftercare. We also provide drug-and-alcohol-free housing for those who complete treatment and need additional time to rebuild their lives. Our treatment center is licensed and certified by the State of California, and we are nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for Residential and Outpatient Treatment and Community Housing for people seeking drug/alcohol rehabilitation, including those with a criminal justice history. Substance Abuse Foundation’s Residential Treatment program provides therapeutic activities in a home-like, cozy community setting. Our inviting recovery “campus” is located within walking distance of some of sunny Southern California’s finest beaches. Residential treatment facilities and programs are licensed and certified by the State of California, and nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Residential treatment varies from 90 days to 180 days (or more, as needed). Residents participate in daily activities that include any or all of the Substance Abuse Foundation’s Comprehensive Treatment/Recovery Activities. There also are Special Programs for low-income and homeless people. Contact us for more information about these special programs. Outpatient Treatment services vary in intensity and duration. There are morning, afternoon, evening and weekend activities. Our professional staff helps each client develop a treatment plan that best fits their individual needs. Outpatients Treatment may include any or all of the Substance Abuse Foundation’s Comprehensive Treatment/Recovery Activities. Some outpatients elect to live in Substance Abuse Foundation’s Alcohol-and-Drug-Free Housing, which is located close to the treatment center, while they access supportive outpatient services. Substance Abuse Foundation’s Outpatient Treatment programs are certified by the State of California and nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). There are a variety of special outpatient programs, including Relapse Prevention, Day Treatment and Partial Hospitalization.

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  • Recovery Advocates
    • Westlake CA 91361
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    • Per Week : $751 +
    Nestled in the unspoiled Santa Monica Mountains near Thousand Oaks, CA, along the banks of magnificent Lake Sherwood is a private, upscale & executive-level transitional living residence that has set a new standard for Sober Living in Southern California. The Lake House provides men & women struggling with drug addiction and/or alcoholism with a fully integrative recovery environment in surroundings conducive to abstinence and personal growth. The Lake House Program strives to promote confidence, self-worth and the desire to return to a productive life.
  • Into Action Sober Living
    • Oklahoma City OK 73132
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    For more information visit www.intoactionsoberliving.com today!
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Halfway Houses - FAQs

  • What is a halfway house (also spelled half way house)?

    A halfway house is a facility that accommodates individuals battling alcoholism, drug addiction, mental illness and similar disorders. Some half way houses may specialize in different areas, such as alcoholism, drug addiction, mental illness, or released prisoners. The court may order residency in a halfway house for individuals on parole, probation or those who are recently released. Some prisoners need to condition themselves in a supervised setting before going back to the normal world outside the prison.

    A halfway house imposes strict regulations for its residents in order to mitigate the chances of relapse. Residents are required to sign the house rules contract that includes the policy against bringing alcoholic drinks and prohibited drugs, and requires the adherence to curfew and similar rules. Noncompliance to the house rules subjects a resident to removal from the halfway house.

  • What is the difference between a halfway house and a sober house?

    A sober house is an inexpensive drug and alcohol- free environment where the alcoholic or drug addict can obtain support from peer groups. In general, the rules at a halfway house are stricter than the rules at a sober house (sometimes called a 3/4 house).It provides a positive environment for recovering addicts and alcoholics to receive the emotional support they need from residents going through the same experiences. Experts agree that both halfway houses and sober houses (also referred to together as recovery housing or transitional living) are very important tools to use in one's lifelong recovery journey.

    A halfway house imposes strict regulations for its residents in order to mitigate the chances of relapse. Residents are required to sign the house rules contract that includes the policy against bringing alcoholic drinks and prohibited drugs, and requires the adherence to curfew and similar rules. Noncompliance to the house rules subjects a resident to removal from the halfway house.

    Figure 1. Traits of residents in a halfway house.