HOW DO I FIND THE BEST HALFWAY HOUSE NEAR ME?
Are you finally taking the next step to change your life? After going through detox, inpatient treatment, and PHP, you now are faced with the big decision of which halfway house you will move into to continue on your journey to freedom from addiction.
In early recovery, some may experience judgment from their family, friends, and society. Moving back into the same environment may be detrimental to most in early recovery. Relocating one’s life into a structured, recovery-based home, gives the recovering addict a strong foundation for their lifelong recovery. But the question remains, “How do I find the best halfway house near me?”
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Halfway houses are temporary homes designed to aid people who are transitioning from a life of drug and alcohol use to a new life drug and alcohol free. They offer unique programs that allow one to remain sober and enjoy a normal life away from stress, pressure, and judgment from peers and family. While staying in one’s current home is always an option after treatment, it is recommended to stay in a place rooted in recovery to help reduce the stressors from friends or family members that may still be using drugs or alcohol. Halfway houses are also beneficial as all house members are also navigating the new world of recovery from drugs and alcohol. They are usually located in quiet areas to help ensure a peaceful environment for individuals in early recovery.
You may not be aware of it, but halfway houses are scattered everywhere. With 1000’s of halfway houses in the US. All of them can be searched online. Our halfway house directory can help you find the best halfway house near you, simply search your zip code, give us a call and you will be on your way to a life beyond your wildest dreams!
Let us know what you are struggling with, and we will connect you with a suitable halfway house to assist with your full recovery and one that falls within your budget.
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