A Transitional Halfway House for Women
Haley House encourages and provides a safe, nurturing, and supportive living experience for women who have completed treatment for addiction; however, may need more time, assistance and practice living sober. Residents receive treatment with diverse counseling modalities with a strong 12-step component. Our integrated services, excellent staff and emphasis on the whole person - and the whole family - contribute to our successful track record with those suffering from addiction.
An in-person or telephone interview is required as a part of the admissions process. Residents must arrive at Haley House directly following primary care treatment. A vehicle is not required, however strongly recommended due to the rural setting of our facility.
The Daily rate is $170. An initial payment of $5400 is due upon admission covering $5100 for the first thirty days plus a $300 incidence deposit. The first month is non-refundable if resident leaves Haley House before the end of the first month.
We offer comprehensive transitional living at Haley House.
Therapeutic modalities - holistic approach to meet individual resident needs with training in: CBT, DBT, Schema Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma-Informed Care. Treatment Team includes: Licensed & Certified Addiction Counselors, Psychologist and Addiction Psychiatrist, Family Therapist, Trauma-Informed Counselors, Eating Disorder Specialist, Certified Nutritionist.
A 12-week Curriculum (THEMES) include: Disease of Addiction, Thoughts, Feelings & Emotions, Values, Beliefs & Spirituality, Character Assets & Growing Edges, Codependency & Boundaries, Assertiveness, Communication & Conflict Resolution, Co-occurring - Avoiding Complacency & Relapse Prevention, Self-Esteem & Self-Care, Family Disease & Family Recovery, Denial - Acceptance, Relationships, Relapse Prevention, including STD, HIV Risk
Our Family Reintegration program focuses on effective communications, clear setting of boundaries, and listening with an empathic ear.
Working directly with family members helps integrate all perspectives.
Our team works tirelessly to help residents prepare for transitioning to home or other new environment in order to bring about a seamless, stress-free transition.
Providing assistance and materials needed to continue education, find a job and get in touch with local volunteer organizations.
The 12 step philosophy is a way of life and must be learned through active membership in the 12-step fellowship.
Basic life skills which need to be learned or re-learned in sobriety are addressed in group discussion and hands on.
To promote a sense of adventure and self-discovery, learning how to enjoy sobriety and all that life has to offer.
On site and referrals to psychiatrist, psychologist, eating disorder therapist and other Professional services as needed.
Understanding the ups and downs of recovery, we have Resident Advisors that are available to provide understanding, guidance and support.