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The POM House
  • Lake Park FL 33403
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  • Per Week : $151 - $250
The Bridge
  • Delray Beach FL 33483
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  • Per Week : $151 - $250
Infinite Sober Living
  • Candler NC 28715
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  • Per Week : $751 +
  • 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.
  • Talbert House-2
    • Cincinnati OH 45219
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    • Per Month : Free
    Talbert House-2
    Recovery Halfway House This residential substance abuse program provides assessment, employment and chemical dependency services, and reintegration for drug-dependent and homeless men. Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit that operates within five service lines: Adult Behavioral Health, Community Care, Court and Corrections, Housing, and Youth Behavioral Health. Children, adults and families benefit from these proven services. Each year, Talbert House serves over 31,000 clients face to face and an additional 51,000 are reached through prevention services throughout Greater Cincinnati. The Talbert House mission has two basic purposes: to improve social behavior and enhance personal recovery and growth. Talbert House creates innovative, evidenced-based programs that are proven to solve tough social problems that impact all members of the community. Through comprehensive and proven solutions to behavioral health challenges, Talbert House is building a stronger community…one life at a time.
  • Mcleod Addictive Disease Center-7
    • Charlotte NC 28210
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    • Per Month : $5,001 - $10,000
    Mcleod Addictive Disease Center-7
    McLeod Center is designed and managed for the sole purpose of providing an appropriate level of care for persons living in the Carolinas who are seeking education, intervention, treatment, or support related to their addictive disease. Abstinence from the use of mood altering substances will be the primary intent of all services provided. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, McLeod Center offers a variety of outpatient and residential services for adults and adolescents: a Residential DWI Program, the Adult Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP), Adult Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT), Adolescent Outpatient Services, DWI Assessments, 20-Hour, 40-Hr and 90-Hour DWI Treatment Programs and Aftercare and drug and alcohol assessments and referrals. Criminal justice services include Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC), Drug Education School, Cognitive Behavioral Intervention (CBI), and Deferred Prosecution. McLeod Center offers methadone and suboxone treatment for opiate dependence in 8 outpatient treatment programs across Central and Western North Carolina, with locations in Boone, Charlotte, Concord, Gastonia, Hickory, Marion, Monroe, and Statesville. Please contact us today for more information and help.
  • Northbound Treatment Services
    • Newport Beach CA 92660
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    • Per Month : $10,001 - $15,000
    Northbound Treatment Services
    Northbound Treatment Services offers detox, residential inpatient, outpatient, and continuing care services for adults suffering from addiction and dual diagnoses. With over 25 years of professional experience, Northbound programs are designed to help individuals get sober and stay sober. We offer 30, 60, and 90-day comprehensive treatment programs for men and women, including an academic support program known as the Northbound Academy, a Christian faith-based program called LINKS, and a distinguished family program. The Academy is a nationally recognized academic program designed to help students who are battling addiction continue or begin their education while in treatment. Students take classes at local universities and get the credits they need to put toward their degrees. In addition to academic support, Northbound provides access to vocational training, which many of our clients find useful in pursuing a career. The LINKS program is an optional track within both our men’s’ and women’s’ CORE programming that offers faith-based recovery for individuals who are looking to build a Christ-focused foundation. Clients who take advantage of this track have the opportunity to become involved with local churches and expand the spiritual component of their recovery. At Northbound, we aim to teach our clients how to reintegrate back into a normal living environment safely and successfully. Northbound also offers a comprehensive family program, designed to strengthen the entire family and establish an environment at home that promotes health and healing for all members. Our caring, compassionate staff and expert clinicians facilitate our family program which serves to mend strained relationships and build trust between loved ones. At Northbound, we aim to teach our clients how to reintegrate back into a normal living environment safely and successfully.
  • Treatment Trends Inc
    • Allentown PA 18101
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Treatment Trends Inc
    Our treatment model, a continuum of care, offers the highest possibilities for positive outcomes, while holding clients accountable through various levels of care. All current research coming out of the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) and our follow-up data shows that comprehensive drug treatment is cost effective and enhances community safety. The research has repeatedly shown that the longer the length of time in treatment, the higher the likelihood of positive outcomes. The longer the time a client is drug free and working on prosocial versus criminal values, the greater the changes that an individual can make. Many of the individuals served by our facilities have repeatedly paid the social consequence of prison for their illegal drug use and crime. Treatment affords our clients the possibility of reclaiming their lives and recovery, our reintegration services and drug free housing turn the present into the hopes for a future. Treatment Trends, Inc., admits clients to treatment without regard to race, color, religious creed, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin.
  • Center Point Inc-1
    • Tulsa OK 74110
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
    Center Point Inc-1
    If you or someone you know needs treatment for substance abuse, Center Point offers a full spectrum of residential and outpatient services including mental health treatment services, case management, individual and group therapy, specialized services for critical populations including women and veterans, family advocacy and reunification, parolee services, workforce development and housing resources and referrals. • To speak to someone about receiving treatment, please call: • 415-456-6655 for Greater San Francisco Bay Area programs • 916- 962-2800 for Greater Sacramento Area programs • 405-605-2488 for Oklahoma programs • 512-297-2990 for Texas programs Center Point accepts: Federal health insurance program: TRICARE State/County public benefits programs: Medi-Cal (MH or DMC), County Medical Service Program (CMSP), Anthem Path2Health/CMSP Commercial Insurance provider networks: Kaiser Permanente, Cigna Behavioral Health, Blue Shield of California, Magellan Health Services, Magellan Employee Assistance Program for more information visit our website: www.cpinc.org or follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CenterPointInc Twitter: http://twitter.com/cpinc2011 Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CenterPointInc LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/center-point-inc
  • West Hills Lodge Inc
    • Owatonna MN 55060
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    • Per Week : Free
    West Hills Lodge Inc
  • Miracles Inc-Sanctuary House Program
    • Wichita KS 67214
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    • Per Month : Free
    Miracles Inc-Sanctuary House Program
    Miracles, Incorporated is a faith-based, private, non-profit substance abuse prevention and treatment agency. Miracles was founded in 1992 by MaryAnn Mroczek and Rhonda Walker as a grass-roots endeavor to provide residential substance abuse treatment services to women/women with dependent children at or below poverty. Miracles, Inc. expanded services to include a prevention program for children, residential intermediate and reintegration treatment for women with children, intensive outpatient treatment for men, women and families, strengths-based case management program, transitional housing for addicted women with a history of homelessness and mental illness, and a permanent supportive housing program.
  • Solution House Inc
    • Philadelphia PA 19124
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Solution House Inc
    The Solution House Mission is to provide a clean, safe, and sober living environment to homeless Veterans and individuals with addiction, social, or criminal issues, as a result of a substance abuse problem. The Solution House creates and provides program and training situations to enable these individuals to break free of the cycles of addiction, and move from “welfare to work”. All of The Solution House’s programs and inventive business ventures ultimately attempt to transform former addicts into productive, independent, members of society. ~Solution House
  • Passages Transitional Housing Program
    • Elizabethtown KY 42701
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Passages Transitional Housing Program
    Substance Abuse Transitional Housing Passages is a Transitional Housing Program for homeless chemically dependent women, (must meet HUD’s definition of homelessness) and is located in Hardin County. Kentucky residents who meet HUD’s definition of homelessness, have received treatment within the past six months and have maintained 30 days sobriety are eligible to apply. The on-site case workers are available to assist residents in maintaining a healthy, substance-free lifestyle. Fees are income based. The above mentioned is an average, but not typical of all residents. Please contact facility for more information.
  • Gateway Community Services Inc-5
    • Jacksonville FL 33206
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    • Per Week : SoberHouse Costs
    Gateway Community Services Inc-5
  • Come Straight Home Inc.
    • St. Paul MN 55105
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    • Per Week : SoberHouse Costs
    Come Straight Home Inc.
    OUR STORY: When Jennifer Diederich founded Coming Straight Home Sober Living for Women in 2007, there were a few sober houses serving women in Saint Paul — but none in which she herself would have wanted to live. “I saw women rushing home to less than ideal marriages and family situations in part because they wanted a bathroom without cracked tiles,” says Diederich. “I hoped women would do better and give themselves more time to recover at sober homes that provided more creature comforts.” To test her theory, Diederich bought an affordable house on Farrington Street just off University Avenue in the Frogtown neighborhood of Saint Paul and set to work making her vision a reality. Within months of opening, she had a waiting list of more than 20 women. Without the resources to buy another property outright, Diederich feels that her meeting with a property developer who prefers to remain a “silent partner” was a “God thing.” The developer had recently purchased a 6,000 square foot house on Holly Avenue in Saint Paul’s Crocus Hill area that he was willing to renovate and lease the finished property to Come Straight Home Sober Living. Within days of opening the house was full and the waiting list was once again growing. Two Summit Avenue properties and a house on Grand Avenue were soon after acquired — somewhat to the alarm of surrounding neighbors. “We’ve been lucky to find properties in Saint Paul’s most exclusive neighborhoods and have worked hard to be good neighbors in every regard,” explains Diederich.
  • Obrien House
    • Baton Rouge LA 70802
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    • Per Month : $15,001 - $30,000
    Obrien House
    The O'Brien House was established in 1971 to serve adult recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. Named after Paul S. "Pat" O'Brien, one of our founders who spent 53 years of his life working with alcoholics and educating the public about the disease of alcoholism. O'Brien House has expanded into a large campus that provides a comprehensive continuum of care that includes treatment, prevention and community development initiatives. O'Brien House offers a comprehensive range of treatment programs focusing on three areas: Residential Treatment, Outpatient Treatment, Adult Education and Prevention Programs. Contact us today to find out more information about what we do here at Obrien House. We are here to help you, so give us a call today!
  • First Avenue To Freedom
    • Daytona Beach FL 32114
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    • Per Week : SoberHouse Costs
    First Avenue To Freedom
    Our main Mission is to provide a safe and semi structured environment so that the suffering addict and or alcoholic will build a strong foundation with their sobriety and become a productive member of society. 1st Avenue to Freedom is very comfortable living environment for men. We want to help you build a strong foundation with your recovery. We are men that have suffered with addiction and or alcoholism and have found a solution to recover from a hopeless state of mind and body. We want to help you find what we have found, Freedom from the bondage of addiction and or alcoholism!!!! 386- 295-5872 Please call us anytime, it is never too late to call for help!
  • Henrys Sober Living House
    • Chicago IL 60619
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Henrys Sober Living House
    “To operate a supportive housing program where the breath of a meaningful life is transferred from one person to another.” Where, as we encourage recovery, embrace and teach healthy, positive values, family commitment, hard work, self-respect and responsible living, we are able to transform a once belittled life of addiction into an enlarged life filled with the promise of a more meaningful existence.
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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.