Halfway Houses in Idaho

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Top 20 Halfway Houses in Idaho

Port Of Hope Centers Inc Nampa Treatment Center - Nampa, ID

Port Of Hope Centers Inc Nampa Treatment Center is a sober living home in Nampa, ID, 83686 zip code.

Address: 508 East Florida Avenue, Nampa, ID 83686 in Canyon County

Services provided:

  • Adult men, dual diagnosis treatment and adult women
  • 12-step rehab, matrix model and counseling for substance abuse
  • Comprehensive mental health assessment
  • Detoxification
  • Outpatient rehabilitation, intensive outpatient treatment program and residential detoxification
  • Counseling for families, HIV and AIDS education, counseling and support and individual counseling
  • Accepts IHS/Tribal/Urban (ITU) funds
  • Domestic violence services, Mental health services and Case management
(888) 230-7667

Port Of Hope Centers Inc Outpatient - Coeur d Alene, ID

Port Of Hope Centers Inc Outpatient is a sober living house in Coeur D Alene, Idaho, 83814 zip code.

Address: 218 North 23rd Street, Coeur d Alene, ID 83814 in Kootenai County

Services provided:

  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Residential rehab, intensive outpatient treatment and short term rehab
  • 12 step rehabilitation, cognitive behavioral therapy and counseling for trauma victims
  • Transportation assistance, Case management and Housing services
  • Counseling for couples, employment counseling services and counseling for individuals
  • Detox
  • Interim services for clients
(877) 989-9589

Free Spirit Counseling And Consulting - Idaho Falls, ID

Free Spirit Counseling And Consulting is a sober living home in Idaho Falls, ID, 83406 zip code.

Address: 5268 East 49th South, Idaho Falls, ID 83406 in Bonneville County

Services provided:

  • Accepts private health insurance
  • Counseling for couples, substance use education and counseling for families
  • Relapse prevention, matrix model and motivational interviewing
  • Treatment for substance abuse
  • Intensive outpatient treatment services, outpatient rehabilitation and regular outpatient treatment
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Self-help groups, Domestic violence services and Case management
  • Outreach to persons in the community
(888) 433-4419

Lean On Me Loma House - Idaho Falls, ID

Lean On Me Loma House is a halfway house in Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83401 zip code.

Address: 430 Spruce Drive, Idaho Falls, ID 83401 in Bonneville County

Services provided:

  • Sober living
(888) 688-1906

Stewards Of Recovery - Idaho Falls, ID

Stewards Of Recovery is a sober living house in Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83402 zip code.

Address: 163 East Elva Street, Idaho Falls, ID 83402 in Bonneville County

Services provided:

  • Housing services, Social skills development and Recovery coaches
  • Substance use treatment
  • Substance use education, counseling for individuals and group counseling
  • Motivational interviewing, substance use counseling approach and trauma counseling
  • Long-term residential treatment, outpatient rehabilitation and regular outpatient treatment
  • Co-occurring mental health / addiction treatment, pregnant and postpartum women and adult women
  • Comprehensive mental health assessment
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Accepts Military insurance
(888) 336-6924

Stewards Of Recovery Idaho Falls - Idaho Falls, ID

Stewards Of Recovery Idaho Falls is a sober living house in Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83402 zip code.

Address: 651 L Street, Idaho Falls, ID 83402 in Bonneville County

Services provided:

  • Halfway house
(888) 230-7667

Brick House Recovery Addiction Treatment Centers - Idaho Falls, ID

Brick House Recovery Addiction Treatment Centers is a sober living home in Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83402 zip code.

Address: 1020 Landbank Street, Idaho Falls, ID 83402 in Bonneville County

Services provided:

  • Outpatient rehab, regular outpatient treatment and outpatient day treatment
  • 12-step rehab, brief intervention and rational emotive behavioral therapy
  • Counseling for groups, health education services and hepatitis education, counseling and support
  • Mental health services, Self-help groups and Case management
  • Accepts private health insurance
  • Dual diagnosis treatment
  • Comprehensive mental health assessment
  • Sexual abuse victims, adult women and co-occurring mental health / addiction treatment
(877) 989-9589

Eastern Idaho Community Action Haven Shelter - Idaho Falls, ID

Eastern Idaho Community Action Haven Shelter is a sober living house in Idaho Falls, ID, 83402 zip code.

Address: 2480 South Yellowstone Highway, Idaho Falls, ID 83402 in Bonneville County

Services provided:

  • Sober living
(888) 433-4419

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For a recovering addict, there is nothing more important than ensuring their sobriety is protected when they are most vulnerable. Quite often the most vulnerable times are when just leaving rehabilitation and returning home. Returning to the normalcy of home and work life, when not yet ready, can be potentially threatening to sobriety.

Transitional housing can make a positive difference for the addict in recovery. Offering a safe and sober-assured environment where sobriety and community are encouraged.

What Services are offered in Halfway Houses in Idaho?

You may find that some of the services offered in halfway houses in Idaho, including other sober living facilities, are not what you need in order to continue recovering. It could be that you feel you’d thrive in an environment that better aligns with your personal beliefs. While there are some key differences between the services that you may see offered in transitional housing, they will all have a focus on providing that safe and secure sober living space you need.

Some services you may see at most halfway houses could include the following.

Focusing on your sobriety is an important part of ensuring that you continue to learn and grow in your new sober life. The right services can be a key part of that growth.

Idaho Sober Living vs. Halfway Houses

Is a halfway house or a private sober living home in Idaho the right choice for you? While both offer the supportive sober community that the addict in recovery needs, there are some key differences between the two.

Sober living facilities are, more often than not, privately owned and operated. Halfway houses can be operated by the state, not for profit organizations or by religious groups. This can have an impact on the costs that recovering addicts could expect to see. Halfway houses may offer a sliding scale for residents, based upon their income and ability to pay. Sober living homes may have a fixed fee, which could be at least partially covered by insurance.

Sober living homes may offer more of a traditional home environment, with more amenities than the halfway house can offer. Some halfway houses may not offer private accommodations, whereas sober living facilities typically offer private or semi-private bedrooms and apartments.

Each will have the structure that addicts in recovery need. But there may be a bit more flexibility with what is offered in a sober living facility. In addition, many halfway houses tend to be a bit more rigid when it comes to the amount of time that residents can stay with them.

When should you consider a Halfway House in Idaho?

If you’ve recently gone through the challenges of detox and have begun your sober journey in the structured environment of a rehab facility, you may not yet feel ready to return home. It could also be that your home environment is not healthy for your sobriety. Many addicts in recovery realize that their home environment was unhealthy, and was in fact where their addiction came to life. In this cases, transitional housing can make a world of difference.

Another consideration is whether you simply don’t yet feel strong enough in your sobriety to return to full time life at home and at work. Living in transitional housing will allow you to gradually reintegrate yourself into both your home and work environment. This can help you to ensure you are fully confident in your sobriety as you return home.

Transitional living facilities in Idaho can help you to continue to learn those valuable coping strategies that will stand you in good stead as you begin your new life of sobriety.

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