Our halfway houses are supported through private grants, program fees, and contributions from community groups and individuals.
The PORT Health Services halfway houses provide clinically managed low-intensity residential services for adult males who are diagnosed with a substance use disorder and require daily supervision. The mission of the homes is to assist individuals with mapping a road to long-term recovery. The philosophy of treatment is to treat the individual’s illness, assist with development of new coping skills and build on their strengths. A combination of treatment modalities are utilized to address those needs and enable the patient to internalize and maintain the therapeutic gains as they reintegrate into the community.
Each facility has a home-like atmosphere and creates a safe, comfortable place to aid the patient in achieving recovery. Individuals are screened and interviewed to determine appropriateness for admission to the homes. Patients must be willing to comply with all house rules and regulations including room and board payment, attend five 12-step meetings per week, and adhere to house rules. Substance abuse counseling is required for all residents of the homes.
The homes have a zero tolerance policy for substance use in the home and performs random drug-screenings to ensure an environment which is conducive for recovery.
- Men 18 and older.
- 72 Hours without the use of addictive substances.
- TB test required.
- Must be willing to participate in a program of recovery.
To help individuals and families navigate through life’s challenges by providing effective and efficient substance abuse, mental health and intellectual/developmentally disabled services and supports.