Halfway House Information
Integrity Way’s halfway house has contracted with a company called Transformations Treatment Center. Integrity Way and Transformations Treatment Center have partnered in hopes of breaking the cycle of relapse commonly found in halfway houses and sober living communities. Transformations Treatment Center offers night time intensive outpatient treatment services for Integrity Way and other halfway house clients. Groups run from 6:00pm to 9:00pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Some of the group topics that are covered for the halfway house clients that attend are relapse prevention, dealing with feelings, and coping with stress. Halfway house residents who attend some form of aftercare treatment plan have a higher rate of success. Integrity Way and Transformations Treatment Center understand that the first year of sobriety is the hardest to achieve. An addict or alcoholic needs all the support he or she can receive in that first year if they are going to be successful.
The philosophy of Integrity Way is based on the theory that addiction or alcoholism is a three-fold disease: physical, mental, and spiritual. We utilize the wisdom found in the twelve-step programs and encourage our residents to work on all three areas while at Integrity Way.
Transitional Housing continues to be one of the most effective ways of attaining continued abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Our sober living community believes that with the proper education, support, and willingness, everyone has the opportunity to recover from substance abuse. We provide our residents with the structure, tools, and guidance they need to become a valuable, loving, happy, family-oriented person again.
Integrity Way understands that individuals coming from a drug treatment center may be dual diagnosed with addiction and depression or alcoholism and Bi-polar disorder. We encourage individuals to continue working on these issues with their releasing treatment facility, therapist, or psychiatrist.
“Integrity Way was there for me when I was in need of a safe place to live. I am so thankful to the staff. Many of them knew exactly what I was going through and helped me stay clean and sober.” Brian M.