Transitioning from an addiction recovery program into normal life can be challenging for some individuals. Often the next step in treatment after a residential program, halfway houses gives men and women the support and structure required to be successful upon returning to their communities, jobs, and families.
Our halfway houses, located in both rural and urban settings, are designed to meet the needs of individuals continuing to recover from addiction and provide a safe, clean, and understanding environment while clients work through reintegration. Halfway house residents build a recovery support network while obtaining part-time employment, engaging in volunteer activities, and pursuing educational opportunities. They are also required to complete basic household chores and minor outdoor maintenance.
Individuals in our halfway houses program participate in daily community meetings and AA/NA meetings, and are trained in life skills and job readiness. Our halfway house for women also addresses issues such as domestic violence, sexual abuse, and motherhood.