Recovery Happens Through Community
Our transitional living community for men, often referred to as a “Halfway House,” is located on our Marshall Campus. The program offers those in early recovery from alcohol or drugs a supportive place to settle in, go to school, or re-enter the workplace – a starting point to again become responsible members of the community.
What to Prepare For
Program participation typically ranges from 60 – 180 days and requires the successful completion of a treatment program prior to enrollment. Responsibility in self-care and independent living skills are blended into each resident’s recovery plan through apartment-style living arrangements. This residential facility offers structured daily programming, including:
- Group Therapy
- Individual Counseling
- Spirituality Groups
- Family Groups
- 12-Step Support Groups
Our apartment-style living arrangements offer the chance for each resident to work on responsibility in self-care and independent living skills. The campus also offers other amenities that are readily available during your stay.
- 2 Bedrooms
- Living Room
- Dining Area
- On-Site Treatment Programming
- 24-Hour Staffing
- On-Site Fitness Area
- On-Site Laundry
- A Spacious Shared Lounge Area
Additional Programs and Services for Men
Our campus’ also offers the option of other programs and services for those looking to begin or continue their life in recovery. Each program differs, and may be subject to availability.
- Continuing Care for Alcohol and Drug Recovery Program
- Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Program (DAPP)
- DWI Clinics
- Intensive Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Recovery Program
- Men’s Sober Living (Earl’s Place)
- Online Support Network for Men (SocialGo)
We’re happy to answer any questions you may have.
Please contact us at 1-800-862-1453 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.