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Halfway House Facility

The Halfway House treatment program meets the unique needs of pregnant women and women with dependent children who's lives have been affected by their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Women ages 18 and over and their children (ages 0-11) may participate in Halfway House Services.

Women and their children participate in a minimum of six treatment hours per week. Persons served engage in life skills and recreational activities, self-help supportive meetings, and other therapies. Treatment length is based on individualized needs and progress made with an average stay of 180 days.

MONARCH will provide or assist in arranging for primary medical care for women, including referral or provision of prenatal care for pregnant women as well as referral and or testing of HIV/AIDS, STDs, and Hepatitis. MONARCH will provide or arrange for primary pediatric care, including immunizations for the children residing there.

Philosophy:

Halfway House Services focus on recovery that encourages healthy integration into communities as a united family.

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Halfway House Programs Include:

  • Family Counseling
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Life Skills
  • Trauma
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Addiction
  • Child Development
  • Parenting
  • Developmentally Appropriate Parent-Child Bonding Activities
  • Case Management
  • AA Meetings
  • NA Meetings
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Admission to halfway house services for persons with dependent children shall be determined to include but not limited to the following

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