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What is a Halfway House or Sober Living Facility?

A halfway house is a temporary residence for people who are transitioning to a more permanent and independent living situation. Sometimes it is a transitional home for those who have just been released from prison and are not yet able to live on their own.

Many halfway homes are for ordinary people who are recovering from addiction and getting their life in order. Some accommodate individuals who have received mental health treatment. 

A variety of services may or may not be offered in a halfway house. They can include such things as vocational training and group therapy. Sobriety is mandatory; drugs and alcohol are strictly prohibited.

For our purposes, there are a number of halfway houses in Oklahoma.

The Importance of Halfway Houses in Oklahoma

Substance use disorders and opioid use disorders affect a certain portion of the population in Oklahoma. Hospitals, rehab centers, NA and AA meetings — they all have their own, proper roles in serving people who are in need.

Everyone is different, of course; not everyone has the same challenges in life. However, anyone who is looking for a halfway house in Oklahoma knows how important it is that they find one! Perhaps they have been sober for some time — maybe even a short time. They are making progress, but they are not yet able to live alone.

Sober homes provide residents with a structured living environment. Accountability is a key feature and there is a balance between relative freedom and restriction. 

In short, the importance of halfway houses in Oklahoma should not be underestimated. They house people who might otherwise be worse off. 

How Do I Find The Best Halfway House Near Me?

If you want to find a halfway house in Oklahoma, please look below. We can also help you find a halfway house near Oklahoma or elsewhere if you prefer to go out of state.

Location can be an important factor in your decision to join a particular sober living facility or not. However, other things might be more important. For example, if one transitional home offers in-house services that another one does not, that might matter to you.

Calling the facilities listed below is key. Call and ask questions. If you can visit a halfway house nearby, do it. Reviews can also be helpful, but they are not always fair or accurate.

On My Road to Recovery, What Should I Do Now?

You have undoubtedly faced many challenges on your journey to recovery. You are not yet ready to live on your own, but you are not where you were before. You have made some progress.

In order to find a suitable halfway house in Oklahoma, please look below. Contact a few of the listed facilities and ask questions. What type of residents do they allow in? What are the rules and requirements? What in-house services are available, if any?

When you find a sober home that you are comfortable with, please make sure that you follow all of its halfway house rules. Halfway houses in Oklahoma have rules in place and residents must follow them. If any rules are broken, consequences follow accordingly. 

Expulsion is not always immediate, but it can and does occur.

Primary Service: Treatment for substance use disorders (SUD's)

Address : 69 Arrowhead Loop , Canadian, 74425

Primary Service: Treatment for substance use disorders (SUD's)

Address : 628 East Creek Avenue , McAlester, 74501

Primary Service: Treatment for substance use disorders (SUD's)

Address : 5649 South Garnett Road , Tulsa, 74146

Primary Service: Treatment for substance use disorders (SUD's)

Address : 400 South May Avenue , Oklahoma City, 73108

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