Types of Halfway houses in the US:
This houses provide a safe, clean and healthy living environment and structured recovery programs that help men and women overcome drug and alcohol addiction and restore dignity and self esteem . Some group homes can even provide employment opportunities.
Amenities include: gourmet kitchen, gym, pool, spa, central a/c, private bedroom, cable television, high-speed Internet, laundry facilities, entertainment and recreational opportunities, and client transportation.
Some rules and requirements: community service, 12-step program membership, treatment/recovery plan accomplishment, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, curfews, random drug and alcohol testing.
Residents pay for their own stay or it could be financed by their private health insurance.
ASSETS Program 865 NW Reiman Avenue Corvallis, Oregon 97330 Phone: (541)758`3000
LifeWorks NW 2631 North Mississippi Avenue Portland, Oregon 97227 Phone: (503)528`2140
Lincoln County Council on Alcohol and 351 7th Street Newport, Oregon 97365 Phone: (541)265`2971
Siletz Tribal 565 Old River Road Siletz, Oregon 97380 Phone: (541)444`8286
BestCare Treatment Services 676 Negus Way Redmond, Oregon 97756 Phone: (541)504`9577
Milestones Family Recovery Program 306 SW 8th Street Corvallis, Oregon 97333 Phone: (541)753`2230
Portland Alternative Health Center 727 West Burnside Street Portland, Oregon 97209 Phone: (503)228`4533
Eastern Oregon Alcoholism Foundation 216 SW Hailey Avenue Pendleton, Oregon 97801 Phone: (541)276`3518x2
Her Place 1137 25th Street NE Salem, Oregon 97301 Phone: (503)363`2021
Hazelden Springbrook 1901 Esther Street Newberg, Oregon 97132 Phone: (503)554`4379
Columbia Community Mental Health
185 North 4th Street
Saint Helens, Oregon 97051
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