Project Turnabout’s 24-bed Men’s Halfway House in Marshall, MN, specifically serves the needs of recovering chemically dependent males 16 years of age or older who are working toward an independent lifestyle and have successfully completed an inpatient chemical dependency program. This unique building and program places a strong emphasis on the need for patients to make responsible, healthy daily living choices. The apartment-style living arrangement fosters self sufficiency, and daily therapeutic programming incorporates the 12-Steps and enhances the ability of each resident to learn from others.
The duration of this post-primary treatment program ranges from 60-180 days. Patients are required to work or attend school and participate in programming based on their treatment plan. Tools that are integrated into patients’ daily lives during their stay at the Halfway House include outside employment or schooling, group therapy, individual counseling, family groups, spirituality groups, anger management groups, lectures, community groups, apartment management groups, outside AA and NA meetings, community resources, and educational opportunities.
Six individual apartments (980 square feet each) provide a unique opportunity for independent living skills development. Two bedrooms in each apartment allow four residents to comfortably live together and form supportive friendships based on recovery. Residents prepare their own meals by following a menu designed by a registered dietician. The development of healthy nutritional skills is essential.
Apartment management tasks such as cleaning and grocery shopping allow reintroduction of responsibility, self-care, time-management, and adjustment to the realities of a recovering lifestyle. Individual counseling offices, spacious group rooms and lounging areas provide an atmosphere conductive to the development of a therapeutically supportive community. Every effort is made to help residents develop job skills that enable them to become self-sufficient, self-supporting members of their community.
We are proud of our program and welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you may have. To set up a time to visit us, for more information or for per diem rates and bed availability, please contact us at (507) 532-3008.
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