HalfWayHome Service

A halfway house is an institution that allows people with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities, or those with criminal backgrounds, to learn (or relearn) the necessary skills to re-integrate into society and better support and care for themselves.

As well as serving as a residence, halfway houses provide social, medical, psychiatric, educational, and other similar services. They are termed “halfway houses” due to their being halfway between completely independent living on the one hand, and in-patient or correctional facilities on the other hand where residents are highly restricted in their behavior and freedoms.

Access

Logout