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Halfway Houses For Recovering Drug & Alcohol Addicts In Kentucky

Currently, in the state of Kentucky, there are state-funded and private halfway houses a person can look at to enter when wanting help to re-enter society after leaving prison or treatment facilities.

When you are searching for halfway houses in Kentucky, you should be considering those that can help your needs as a recovering addict. Halfway houses are a type of transitional housing, that can help recovering addicts, those who have been released from prison, and someone who has just gotten out of homelessness. Each halfway house will cost something, and most do have different payment options, but you are paying something each month. There will be rules and regulations at a halfway house, such as no drugs or alcohol, a curfew, and daily household chores and responsibilities. Most halfway houses will help you find work, and some do ensure you are going to interviews. You can still go to work, or go to school, and work on anything that will help you rebuild your life. A halfway house is a structured environment with routine, that can make the transition from drug rehab back into society again, much smoother.

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor, interventionist and prevention specialist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction. He has been on the streets working with homeless drug addicts as well.

Kentucky Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Kentucky Addiction Services by Type of Drug

The following is a list of halfway houses for drug and alcohol dependency in Kentucky. The list does not include all the facilities. If you need immediate help, please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.