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Prescott, Arizona

Halfway Houses

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Our goal is to help those that need help. Our listings include as many halfway houses / sober living facility locations as possible for our users. Many of the in patient treatment center halfway houses offer low income and sliding scale payment programs.

On the details pages of each listing we try to provide as much information as possible as to the type of treatment assistance you can receive at the specified treatment center location. Many are simply sober living halfway houses, while others are also christian alcohol or drug treatment. We also provide location websites and phone numbers for these halfway houses. Give them a call directly to obtain complete information and applications for treatment.

Our list is by no means inclusive and is always growing. If you know of any halfway house in Prescott that we do not have listed below, please help contribute by Adding a New Halfway House Here.

New Freedom House

New Freedom House

114 East Navajo
Prescott, AZ - 86301
928.925.8188

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New Freedom Recovery House is here to teach young men how to live a life free from alcohol and other mind altering substances. Our programs are limited to young men over 18 years of age. Most of our client base is in their early to mid-twenties but we have had clients range from 18 to 32 years old. New Freedom offers two programs; New Freedom IOP and New Freedom Sober Living. The tw

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Sister Peter's House of Prayer and Recovery

Sister Peter's House of Prayer and Recovery

2108 Bullis Lane
Prescott, AZ - 86301
928-778-5427

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We are a Judian Society outreach, rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition ministering to women who have successfully completed a 30-day rehabilitation program and are actively in recovery. Sister Peter’s House of Prayer and Recovery assists women residents in their transition from rehabilitation to recovery by helping them overcome the obstacles to behavioral health, and assisting each woman

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