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Halfway To Home

Transitional Housing
Chicago, IL
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4520 N. Christiana Ave.
Chicago, IL - 60625

(773) 405-6600 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Website

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About Halfway To Home

Last-Modified: 2020-02-11 00:22:50

Halfway to Home provides a structured, sober living environment for men seeking a new way of life based on the principles of community, commitment, and recovery. Residents commit to support each other, pursue the steps necessary to achieve long-term sobriety and independent living. The spirit and tools of recovery pervade Halfway to Home, with on-site community meetings and access to dozens of local 12-step recovery meetings available to all residents. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS • Men 18 years or older • Complete the intake assessment • Must be employed or have some verifiable income (qualified co-signers are accepted) • Must have a desire to remain clean and sober and be willing to participate in a 12-step recovery program and abide by the house rules Halfway to Home has two locations on Chicago's north side - Albany Park and Rogers Park/West Andersonville. Both houses are steps away from shopping, groceries, eateries, coffee shops, the red line “L,” and local and express buses. Dozens of 12-step meetings are available within walking distance or a short 'L' ride or CTA Transit. Hi-speed internet, cable, air conditioning and heat are included. The home is fully furnished with complete kitchen amenities. Bedding is provided. Residents are responsible for their own food and laundry. Free washer/dryer on premises.

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There are 2 reviews

Anonymous - Feb 12, 2020

I need help for my alcohol addition and I'm homeless.

Anonymous - Mar 16, 2020

I work full-time from 6pm to 6am but im homeless will the time i work be a problem

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