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The Mansion Sober Living For Women
  • The Mansion Sober Living For Women
    The Mansion Sober House in New Haven Connecticut, formerly Spiritual Gardens, helps women discover the underlying causes of their addiction and to develop new coping strategies, interpersonal skills and self-esteem using the principals of the 12-step program of recovery. Each day is structured around 12-step meetings, group therapy, exercise and fellowship both in the mansion and in the surrounding community.
  • TROSA Transitional House
    • Durham NC 27707
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    • Per Month : Free
    TROSA Transitional House
    TROSA is a comprehensive two year residential substance abuse recovery program in Durham, North Carolina accepting substance abusers with one condition: they must have a strong desire to change their lives. TROSA’s program elements include vocational training, education, counseling, mentoring, leadership training, and aftercare. Our treatment model is the Therapeutic Community, a drug-free residential setting that uses a hierarchical model with treatment stages reflecting increased levels of personal and social responsibility. The community relies on its members – both treatment staff and those in the program – as change agents. For more information on therapeutic communities, see the National Institute on Drug Abuse website. There is no cost to the individual receiving treatment at TROSA. Our funding comes from three primary sources: revenue generating businesses which provide vocational training for residents, donations from individuals, companies, and foundations, and modest government support. TROSA is a nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status and is governed by a Board of Directors. The TROSA formula works. Over 1200 people have graduated from our program and gone on to live healthy, productive lives as members of their communities and families.
  • North Cottage- Halfway House
    • Norton MA 02766
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    • Per Week : SoberHouse Costs
    North Cottage- Halfway House
    The Halfway House is a long-term residential facility for substance abuse treatment. Clients admitted to the halfway house have recently completed a short-term rehabilitation program and/or have a history of significant periods of recovery
  • Changing Gaits Inc
    • Brook Park MN 55007
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    • Per Week : SoberHouse Costs
    Changing Gaits Inc
    see us at www.changinggaitsinc.org
  • Stepping Stones-Oster Drive
    • Huntsville AL 35805
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Stepping Stones-Oster Drive
    Stepping Stones provides supportive, affordable housing for individuals recovering from chemical dependency in Madison County. By promoting independence and personal responsibility, we mitigate relapse in substance abusers. Each house is self-run by residents according to the Oxford model. The goal of Stepping Stones is to ensure every recovering individual in the Huntsville area has access to quality housing and a supportive environment including access to employment.
  • 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!
  • Freedom House111
    • Clinton NJ 08801
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    • Per Month : $1,001 - $3,500
    Freedom House111
    The residential drug and alcohol treatment program for men at Freedom House represents a unique model for long term residential treatment and recovery. Our no nonsense, highly structured and disciplined long term drug rehabilitation and residential alcohol treatment program operates in a halfway house setting while providing individual, group, and family counseling, room and board, and transportation to work, court appearances, and other necessary functions. Residents are required to adhere to the house schedule at all times and may earn special privileges such as a weekend pass or a single-man room based on performance. Additionally, they must pay half of their net income toward the cost of room and board, and saving one-third of their pay toward independent housing once their in-house drug and alcoholism addiction treatment is completed. Any remaining money must be used to pay child support (if applicable), fines, etc. The residential drug and alcohol treatment program at Freedom House is implemented in phases. Residents enter the program in Phase I, which is highly structured and disciplined. Through performance-driven incentives, residents are then able to migrate to Phase II, which is less structured and disciplined. After graduation from the halfway house, residents enter Phase III (transitional living programs), which is peer-driven independent living and offers the highest level of recovery. The average length of stay in Phase I and Phase II is approximately 9 to 12 months, with a full term through all three phases being 18-24 months. Our long term residential treatment program is especially suited for men that have tried and failed at other residential drug treatment or halfway house programs. The phased program at Freedom House, where residents’ actions are closely monitored and any privileges must be earned, restores the Faith that positive change can come about, instills the Hope for a better tomorrow, and the trust that the recovery process works!
  • Guildhaus Halfway House
    • Blue Island IL 60406
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
    Guildhaus Halfway House
    Guildhaus Halfway House is a treatment center in Blue Island, Illinois that focuses on substance abuse services by providing substance abuse treatment and halfway house services. The programs offered are designed for men. When selecting a facility consider their target populations; the better the fit, the better the results. Guildhaus Halfway House offers sliding fee scale to help cover the cost of treatment. Payment forms including self payment, private health insurance, and access to recovery are accepted.
  • Canku Luta Inc
    • Omaha NE 68107
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    • Per Week : $326 - $500
    Canku Luta Inc
    Our traditional living program provides Native American men and women a transitional home. We provide support for those who have chosen recovery through traditional, cultural, and spiritual practices.
  • Hope House Inc-4
    • Albany NY 12208
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    • Per Month : Sliding Scale
    Hope House Inc-4
    The Women and Children’s Program provides a confidential, safe, supportive,substance-free halfway house setting for women ages 18 and up, where they can achieve their individual goals of self-sufficiency and family goals of resiliency. Our facility is staffed 24 hours a day by compassionate and knowledgeable staff who endeavor to guide and support each resident in achieving their goals. Services are provided to women who may be pregnant, single or with children. A mother can bring up to two children under the age of 10, census permitting.
  • 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.
  • Hope House I
    • Fort Wayne IN 46802
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    • Per Week : $1 - $75
    Hope House I
    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.
  • 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.
  • Recovery Advocates
    • Westlake CA 91361
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    • Per Week : $751 +
    Recovery Advocates
    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.
  • Driskill House
    • Tulia TX 79088
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    • Per Week : $76 - $150
    Driskill House
    Welcome to Driskill House, a faith-based sober living residence located in the Texas Panhandle. If you or a loved one is experiencing a life-controlling issue such as drug or alcohol dependance, we may be able to help. Driskill House is located midway between Amarillo and Lubbock, and houses men ages 18 and older. Residents attend church, weekly recovery meetings, daily devotions, are assigned house chores, and are encouraged to find work. There are several Amarillo and Lubbock halfway houses, but Driskill House is more inviting for a number of reasons. Rooms are private to semi-private, there is a TV room with cable, free washer and dryer, house phone, and meals are provided. Limited transportation is available to necessary meetings and appointments.
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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.