A halfway house or sober living facility is a temporary home for people who are making their way to a more permanent and independent living situation. Some of them are solely or primarily meant for former prison inmates who are not yet able to live on their own.
Many halfway houses are for ordinary people who are re-entering society at large. They are for those who are recovering from substance abuse disorder and have gone through rehab. Sometimes they house individuals who have experienced homelessness or have received treatment for mental health.
Also known as transitional homes, halfway houses have differing rules and regulations. A common requirement is that of sobriety. Drugs and alcohol are strictly prohibited. Services such as life skill development classes and group therapy may or may not be provided.
For our purposes, there are a number of halfway houses in Nevada.
Halfway houses in Nevada are not medical facilities or rehab centers, but they nonetheless play an important role in helping people in recovery. They provide shelter, structure, and accountability to people who might otherwise be worse off.
We are all in different situations, of course, and our lives differ significantly. Life can be hard, and anyone who is looking for a halfway house in Nevada knows how important it is that they find one!
Sober homes act as a stepping stone for people who are doing what they need to do in order to re-enter society. They provide an invaluable service and opportunity to countless people in recovery.
In short, the importance of halfway houses in Nevada should not be underestimated.
One of the things that you will notice about many of the halfway houses in Nevada is that they look like ordinary homes — and, in a way, they are. They are home to ordinary people who are getting things together.
If you want to find a halfway house in Nevada that will suit your needs, please look below. Some people prefer to join a sober home that is out of state. If you would like the same, we can help you find a halfway house near Nevada — in a neighboring state.
Reviews can be extremely helpful when trying to decide whether a particular sober living facility is worth going to or not, but they can be unfair and inaccurate. Read them, but to the best of your ability, please use a good dose of discernment as you do.
Finally, the location of a particular halfway home can be an important factor in your decision, but other things might matter more. For example, if a sober home offers services that another one does not, that might be important to consider.
Whatever your particular situation in life is like, it is probably safe to assume that you are not where you were before. You have made some progress but are not yet ready to live on your own. We are here to help.
In order to find a suitable halfway house in Nevada, please contact the facilities listed below. Ask questions. What services do they offer? What are the rules and regulations?
When you find a sober living facility that suits your needs, please make sure that you follow all of its halfway house rules. Halfway houses in Nevada have rules in place that must be followed.
If any rules are violated, consequences follow. Expulsion is not always immediate, but it can and does occur.
Primary Service: substance use disorders
Address : 2934 Vandermeer Street, North Las Vegas, 89030
Primary Service: treatment program for chemical dependency
Address : 165 North Carson Street, Fallon, 89406
Primary Service: drug and alcohol dependency
Address : 205 South Pratt Avenue, Carson City, 89701
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