If you or someone you know is addicted to using drugs or alcohol, there is an alternative to living at a rehabilitation facility. It’s called halfway house livi…
If you or someone you know is addicted to using drugs or alcohol, there is an alternative to living at a rehabilitation facility. It’s called halfway house living in Sedona Arizona. Or, a “transitional living home” as it is also known. The transitional houses are a residential treatment center for the addict. They are a place to live, work and learn without the risk of relapsing into drug and alcohol abuse.
What does a halfway house do? It provides housing and supports to people trying to break their addictions. There is a staff to assist those in need, as well as an on-site doctor on call for emergency conditions. When the addict gets into the facility he or she is assessed by the staff and can be placed in one of many programs. There are an Anti-Awareness Program, Counseling and Therapy Programs, Life Skills, and more. The aim of these is to get the person away from the drug or alcohol and back to a caring, healthy lifestyle.
If you or someone you know is an addict and has struggled with a difficult life style, a transition program may be a wonderful alternative to living in an inpatient setting. You will find your personal situation reviewed, and several options available for helping you. Whether you want a clean slate, or to go to a halfway house or rehab facility for outpatient treatment, there is help for you, and your family.