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Halfway Houses For Recovering Drug & Alcohol Addicts In Arizona

Halfway houses are not for everyone, but when you have left a long-term drug rehab program in Arizona, and have nowhere to go, this may be a good option. Halfway houses in Arizona are transitional housing for addicts, people coming from prison, or someone getting out of a homeless situation. When you stay at a halfway house, you will be paying something each month, and the cost does vary from inexpensive to expensive. During your time at a halfway house, you can still work, go to school, and attend group or therapy. Halfway houses will often have set rules, such as curfews, and household chores and responsibilities. This is because structure and routine are important for people who have come from some type of rehabilitation. Halfway houses for recovering addicts will often do drug and alcohol testing. Substance abuse does affect many of the residents living in Arizona, but when you have completed treatment, you should know there are resources for you to access.

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor and interventionist 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.

Did you know this about halfway houses?

Halfway houses increase the chances of long term sobriety for addicts. Many inmates ended up there because of addiction, and it allows for an easy transition back into society. They also help them establish employment and tools to maintain their sobriety.

The following is a list of halfway houses for drug and alcohol dependency in Arizona. 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.


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