Halfway House in AL
A Halfway House is a home for people who are in recovery from substance abuse, such as alcohol and drug addiction. The Halfway House provides a residence outside of a traditional treatment facility. It also helps to reintegrate those in recovery back into society. The Halfway House helps residents to find employment and their own home, while also giving them a social, and support, network of sober peers. Halfway Houses have rehabilitation programs for the residents, including individual and group therapy sessions. The aim is to ease the transition back into society. The rehabilitation programs monitor the residents’ progress and provide support. It is a continuation of the programs residents would have received at a treatment facility. This, coupled with the reintegration effort, means that the resident is fully equipped by the end of their stay to re-enter society. Most Halfway Houses require a long-term stay, meaning no less than 30 days in the Halfway House.
If you feel that after your time at a treatment facility you are not quite ready to re-enter society and would still like guidance and assistance to ensure your recovery, we strongly urge you to examine the possibility of entering a Halfway House. Please look at the Halfway Houses in Alabama listed on our website, to select the right one for you and your recovery.
Halfway House Facilities in AL