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What Is a Halfway House or Sober Living Facility?

Also known as transitional homes, halfway houses or sober living facilities are structured, temporary homes for people who are re-entering society. Sometimes they are meant for those who have just been released from prison and are not yet ready to live on their own.

Many halfway houses are for ordinary people who are recovering from substance abuse disorder. They are not medical facilities or rehab centers, but they play an indispensable role in helping individuals get their life in order.

Services such as group therapy, life skill development courses, and vocational training may or may not be provided. Rules differ among sober living facilities, but sobriety is a common requirement; it is mandatory. Alcohol and drug use are strictly prohibited. 

For our purposes, there are a number of halfway houses in Nebraska.

The Importance of Halfway Houses in Nebraska

Life can be challenging. Individual lives and situations differ, but anyone who is looking for a halfway house in Nebraska knows how important it is that they find one.

Halfway houses in Nebraska provide shelter and accountability to people who are getting their life together. They do not provide comprehensive medical treatment, but they serve an important role in the lives of countless individuals.

Serving as a stepping stone for people in recovery, they are a sort of “rehab” in their own right — even though they are not rehab centers. They help people in recovery make their way toward a more permanent and independent living situation.

In short, the importance of halfway houses in Nebraska should not be underestimated.

How Do I Find The Best Halfway House Near Me?

If you need to find a decent halfway house in Nebraska, please look below. You might prefer to find one that is out of state. If so, we can just as easily help you find a halfway house near Nebraska — in a neighboring state.

Many halfway houses in Nebraska look like regular homes. And in a way, they are. They are temporary homes to ordinary people who are getting things together. 

Reviews can be helpful when trying to decide whether to stay in a particular halfway home or not. However, they can be unfair and inaccurate. You can take them into consideration, but please keep that in mind.

If you want to find a halfway house in Nebraska, the best thing you can do is to call the facilities listed below. What services do they offer, if any? What are the rules and requirements?

On My Road to Recovery, What Should I Do Now?

We are all in different stages of life and recovery. No matter what you have gone through, it is probably safe to say that you have made some progress. You are not where you were before.

If you need to find a halfway house in Nebraska, please look below. Contact a few of the listed facilities and ask questions. Visit a few of them if you can. 

When you find a sober home that you are comfortable staying in and are accepted as a resident, please be sure to follow all of its halfway house rules. Halfway houses in Nebraska have rules in place that residents must follow.

If any rules are violated, consequences follow accordingly. Expulsion is not always immediate, but it can and does happen.

Primary Service: treatment program for chemical dependency

Address : 307 East 5th Street, Lexington, 68850

Primary Service: Substance Use Disorders Program

Address : 1123 North 9th Street, Beatrice, 68310

Primary Service: Recovery Related Service

Address : 917 West 21st Street, South Sioux City, 68776

Primary Service: Mental Health Services

Address : 4110 Avenue D, Scottsbluff, 69361

Primary Service: Substance Abuse Treatment Services

Address : 1201 Golden Gate Drive, Papillion, 68046

Primary Service: treatment program for chemical dependency

Address : 102 McNeel Lane, North Platte, 69101

Primary Service: Substance Use Disorders Program

Address : 4432 Sunrise Place, Columbus, 68601

Primary Service: Recovery Related Service

Address : 910 W Park Ave, Norfolk, 68701

Primary Service: Mental Health Services

Address : 616 West 5th Street, Hastings, 68901

Primary Service: Substance Abuse Treatment Services

Address : 1420 East Military Avenue, Suite 100, Fremont, 68025

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