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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.
• Men 18 years or older
• Complete the intake
• Must be employed or have
some verifiable income
(qualified co-signers are
• Must have a desire to remain
clean and sober and be
willing to participate in a
12-step recovery program
and abide by the
Halfway to Home has
two locations on Chicago's north
side - Albany Park and Rogers
houses are steps away from
shopping, groceries, eateries,
coffee shops, the red line “L,” and
local and express buses.
of 12-step meetings are available
within walking distance or a short
'L' ride or CTA Transit.
internet, cable, air conditioning
and heat are included.
is fully furnished with complete
responsible for their own food and
Free washer/dryer on
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
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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