Halfway houses are transitional living models for those on the bridge to independent living from inpatient or long-term treatment for substance use disorder. Drug and alcohol addiction impacts every area of a user’s life, including their careers, life skills, and relationships with their families. Halfway houses help people whose lives have seriously suffered in the wake of substance abuse get back on their feet and incrementally move toward healthy, autonomous living. They offer a structured, supervised living arrangement in which patients can receive help with their maintenance medications, have accountability through regular drug screenings, case management services, 12-Step meetings, system navigation, medical assistance, and more. These programs are generally meant for inpatient treatment participants.
Halfway houses are also referred to as sober living facilities, sober housing, and recovery housing. According to data from the Indiana Affiliation of Recovery Residences, more than two-thirds of Indiana’s halfway houses are located in Marion and Allen counties.
Some of the halfway houses in Indiana include:
Some of these programs are affiliated with local rehab centers and some operate independently.
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