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Halfway House – Federal

The Halfway House is available for referrals from United State’s Federal Bureau of Prisons and United State’s Probation Offices to provide a supported living environment to those who need structure while reintegrating into society.

The Centerstone Halfway House facility offers 71-beds for individuals needing additional support in a recovery-based, integrative environment. The Halfway House is a transitional living facility for those who are new to recovery and are committed to a full life away from addiction.

The Halfway House is conveniently located near the RIDES Mass Transit line, which makes transportation easy.

The program offers the following services:

  • Up to 90 days of service, based on individual need
  • A structured living environment
  • Individual and group counseling, along with community support
  • An array of evidence-based group programming
  • Vocational services to assist in obtaining employment, including resume building and job placement
  • Skill-building that focuses on independent living
  • Case management services to assist with release planning
  • Numerous recovery-based meetings in the community
  • Services are provided on a sliding-fee scale through DASA and private pay
  • No waitlist

For more information, click here.

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