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The POM House
  • Lake Park FL 33403
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  • Per Week : $151 - $250
Westport House | Sober Livng For Young Men
  • Westport CT 06880
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  • Per Week : $751 +
Serenity Lodge
  • Nicholson PA 18446
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  • Per Week : SoberHouse Costs
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Design For Living 1 Llc
    • Baton Rouge LA 70808
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Design For Living 1 Llc
    Our Sober Living homes offer the recovering addict/alcoholic a place to reconstruct their day-to-day lives as they learn to re-acclimate with society after their initial rehabilitation program is complete.
  • HELP Of Southern Nevada
    • Las Vegas NV 89101
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    • Per Month : Sliding Scale
    HELP Of Southern Nevada
    HELP Street is the future of HELP of Southern Nevada. HELP Street is a one-stop shop social service and community campus which will dramatically increase the access to critical services, delivery of services, efficiency and community engagement for individuals and families. HELP Street will raise the public's awareness of the important work being done to assist the most vulnerable in Southern Nevada.
  • Bay Area Outreach1
    • Mobile AL 36618
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    • Per Week : SoberHouse Costs
    Bay Area Outreach1
  • Next Door Inc-1
    • Knoxville TN 37901
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    • Per Month : Free
    Next Door Inc-1
    The Next Door Knoxville Residential Transitional Center opened on February 17, 2010, and the first resident arrived that same day. The Next Door Knoxville has capacity to serve up to 14 women at a time. Residents come to the program from incarceration in Knoxville and the contiguous counties, to find hope and help to re-enter society and rebuild their lives. Services offered include: Transitional housing Recovery support services Individual and group counseling Workforce development support Case management services
  • Recovery Workz
    • Miramar FL 33027
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    • Per Week : $151 - $250
    Recovery Workz
    We are a coed Sober House located in the Pompano Beach area. Our goal is to help you live a sober, healthy life, free of addictions and full of excitment. We are located just 5 minutes from the beach and a block from the bustop. There are a wide range of meetings in the area. We offer many services to our residents such as Inpatient, Detox and IOP. We also offer monthly outings such as fishing trips and bowling parties all for an affordable weekly fee of $160 or $600 per month. For more information on the Recovery Workz policies & guidelines please call us at 419-689-2130.
  • Genesis House Inc-2
    • Vallejo CA 94591
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
    Genesis House Inc-2
    Therapeutic activities are designed to help individuals see and accept themselves in an honest and realistic light. The primary form of therapy used is confrontational in nature, it stresses here and now behavior, it encourages individuals to take responsibility and action as a means toward positive change. Clients who enter treatment are exposed to a number of “workshops” in preparation for the “group activity”, our most intensive group. Other therapeutic approaches which are incorporated into a daily activity structure include; gestalt therapy, psycho-drama, role playing, feedback groups, brief therapy, AA & NA, recreation/physical exercise and family outings. Additionally each client is assigned to a counselor, together they develop an Individual Client Treatment Plan (ICTP) that addresses drug choice, medical problems, legal matters, family issues, psycho-social problem areas and vocational/educational needs.
  • Transitions Inc
    • Covington KY 41011
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    • Per Month : $3,501 - $5,000
    Transitions Inc
    Transitions, Inc. has been providing life-saving treatment to those with substance use disorders for over 40 years. Our mission is to help individuals, families and communities to break the cycles of substance abuse, family abuse, violence, crime and poverty. Transitions offers a second chance at life for people who have lost hope in themselves. We restore this hope by giving them the tools they need to live as sober and productive members of our community. We restore hope to families by educating them on the disease of addiction and facilitating discussion between them and their addicted family member. We restore hope to the community by offering a safe place for those seeking treatment and by providing daily meeting space for practicing members of recovery groups like Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • Beacon House Aftercare Program Inc
    • Louisville KY 40203
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Beacon House Aftercare Program Inc
    Currently we have 40+ residents who are in various stages of recovery. Men come into The House with 3-5 days of being clean and/or sober. We’re often asked what the average stay for a resident is, and that is difficult to say. In staff meeting recently, we covered this topic. We want residents who are “pressing on toward the mark” of achieving sobriety and clean living. What does that mean? As best we could articulate it, if a man is not “working the program,” he should not be living here and will be asked to move on. On the other hand, when a man becomes a shining example of recovery, is looked up to by other members of the house, has a solid program of recovery, we also ask him to move on! Why? Well, we are a “recovery house” not a “recovered house.” We are a “half-way house” not an “all-the-way house.” We want recovered men back out in the community living successful “full-way” lives, and we want them to be an integral part of the community. Everywhere we turn the entire Louisville community (indeed the entire state and nation) encounters recovered men. They are bankers and bricklayers, laborers and lawyers, doctors and dock workers. In short they are average, productive citizens. The Beacon House looks forward to receiving new residents and returning recovering men to society. It’s a beautiful thing!
  • The Gate House For Women
    • Mountville PA 17554
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    • Per Month : $3,501 - $5,000
    The Gate House For Women
    Our residential programs are community-based, meaning that clients are integrated into the community, with life-skills, recovery support, employment, and housing options as quickly as their recovery will allow. We believe addiction is a primary, chronic disease. Our philosophy is based on the 12-step model of recovery; the development of drug-free living skills; and other evidence-based treatment practices such as “readiness to change” and motivational interviewing.  Follow-up, ongoing case-management, and alumni services are provided beyond the treatment experience. The Gate House programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and staffed by credentialed professionals, many of whom are in recovery. We offer a continuum of community-based treatment services that includes: residential treatment, outpatient treatment, recovery residences, family program, and case management.
  • Star House
    • Rome GA 30165
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    • Per Week : Free
    Star House
  • The Y Street House
    • Lincoln NE 68503
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
    The Y Street House
    To help men soon to be released from a correctional facility make a successful transition back into society with the guidance offered in the words of the bible and through the example given us in the life of Jesus Christ. The Y Street House is both a home and a therapeutic program for its residents. Our transitional living opportunities will equip the resident with skills necessary to achieve their full potential for success as one of God's precious children. • Modeling Christ. • Providing living accommodations free from drugs, alcohol and domestic violence. • Fostering new behavior patterns. • Teaching problem solving and literacy skills. • Establishing a support network within the community to assist before and after graduation from the program. • Instilling a sense of obligation to victims, the community and others. Y Street House helps the ex-offender to break the vicious circle of crime and incarceration.
  • Sunset House Inc
    • Palm Beach Gardens FL 33410
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    • Per Week : $251 - $325
    Sunset House Inc
    Sunset House is located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and since 1996 has treated men with Alcoholism and Drug Addiction issues. We are a licensed Level IV Drug and Alcohol Extended Care Treatment Program and are committed to helping men develop the skills necessary to lead sober, productive, and healthy lives. Based on the Twelve Step Model, our Halfway House blends structure with therapy to address the individual’s unique emotional, spiritual, and physical needs. Our unique living centered program provides men with the tools to regain and live sober, meaningful, and productive lives.
  • Home With Hope Inc-1
    • Lafayette IN 47906
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    • Per Week : SoberHouse Costs
    Home With Hope Inc-1
    The Home With Hope Program is a three phase program. The first of these phases is when clients are first admitted to the program and placed on “house arrest” for a minimum of 30 days. During this period of time the client’s day is highly structured. They are only allowed to leave the facility grounds for 12-step meetings, work or job search, medical and legal appointments. They are woken up at 6:30 in the morning and have to be in bed at 11:00 at night. They have are assigned daily and weekly chores, among other things. The second phase of the program begins after being recommended for “permanent resident” status by a review committee of their peers and then being evaluated and approved by staff. For most of the men this phase also means moving from the men’s facility to the apartments (when they move to the apartments is dependent on space availability, as well as staff evaluation of the individual client). At this point the client is generally employed and there is less structure in their daily lives. Their daily comings and goings during non-curfew hours are for the most part unrestricted, however still monitored by staff through our sign in/sign out procedures. They still have a curfew requiring them to remain in their apartments during curfew hours. The third phase of the program is the Day Reporting phase for our clients who have completed the other phases. During this phase the client moves out of HWH facilities into a place of their own, but they are still held accountable for their actions. This accountability includes: reporting daily, random drug screens, case management, home visits, monitoring 12-step attendance and work schedules. Once Day Reporting has been completed, the client will graduate from the program with a successful completion certificate.
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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.