Halfway House in IN
A Halfway House is a residence for those who are recovering from alcohol and/or drug addiction, and have completed a program at a treatment facility or clinic. A Halfway House is a ‘halfway’ point between a treatment program and a residence. The goal of the Halfway House is to help residents reintegrate into society, firstly by providing them with a residential experience, with peers who are trying to remain sober, by aiding them with employment, and by providing treatment programs. Halfway Houses provide individual therapy sessions, group therapy sessions, and other rehabilitation programs, to help residents with their recovery. Each resident’s recovery process and progress is monitored. The Halfway House aims to provide them with methods to maintain a sober lifestyle. After a minimum stay of 30 days, it is hoped that the residents will be able to re-enter society and maintain sobriety.
If you have recently completed treatment for substance abuse issues but feel that you could benefit from the help of a Halfway House, please call one of the Indiana Halfway Houses listed on our website for more information. They will be able to provide you with more detailed information. Assess whether a Halfway House is right for your needs. You are in control of your sober future.
Halfway House Facilities in IN