A Halfway House is a transition accommodation for former substance addicts. Those who have successfully eliminated their dependency on alcohol and drugs but are yet to return to a normal social life are advised to stay in these transitional facilities. According to National Substance Abuse Index (NSAI), there were 305,594 persons under rehab medication in New York in 2006. There were 229,195 males (75%) and 76,398 females (25%) who were undergoing treatment for dependency on alcohol, cocaine, marijuana, meth, heroin, and prescription drugs. Out of them, 27,197 or 4.9% were high school students between 12 and 17 and college goers between 18 and 20 years. The biggest risk for former addicts is that of relapse. To prevent them from resuming drug addiction, and to find suitable jobs and social accommodation, a Halfway House allows them residence. Our website has the largest list of all halfway houses and rehabs in New York, and you can easily locate one in your neighborhood.
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