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Sees-The-Day operates transitional housing programs, also known as Recovery Houses, for men and women in the south-central Pennsylvania region. Partial Residential programs, providing a more structured environment as well as therapeutic services, are also available.

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Choosing the Right Transitional Housing Facility

Posted by Jason Ohrum

Feb 15, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Successfully recovering from drug addiction can be quite challenging. It is important to note that the process involves a lengthy journey that helps recovering addicts transform their lives, and themselves from a state of addiction to one where they are free and in control. Drug addicts who acknowledge that they have a problem which needs serious attention usually check into recovery facilities. These facilities are designed to create the best atmosphere to receive addiction treatment, and implement a program that helps them achieve the necessary level of control.


After treatment, recovering drug or alcohol addicts need to be reintroduced into society preferably by checking into a transitional housing facility. Below we will look at some of the things to consider when looking for a suitable facility


Visit in Advance


It is important for recovering drug and alcohol addicts to visit the transitional housing facility before making a decision. Choosing a community that caters to your needs and preferences is vital in helping you stay the course without feeling boxed in. By looking at available options beforehand you can be able to identify one that is suited to your needs.


Choose one Far From Home


It is important for recovering drug and alcohol addicts to focus on a new life without being constantly exposed to aspects of their old lives; especially those that trigger substance abuse. As such, it is worth considering choosing a transitional housing facility that is far away from your home. This gives you the opportunity to experience the world without being subjected to undue pressure.




Recovering addicts need to be supported through this tough time. This support can come from trained staff through different drug addiction recovery programs. On the other hand, you can get support from other recovering addicts who are in a better position to understand them better.



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