Halfway House for Women and Children
Foundations To Freedom's mission is to help its clients rebuild their lives and achieve wealth. We provide a safe and encouraging environment so our residents can heal from their addictions and lay the groundwork for a better future.
A Safe Haven for
Women and Children
We at Foundations To Freedom offer a safe refuge for women who are either just beginning their new way of life or are solid in their recovery.
We provide a range of services, such as counseling, job training, and transitional housing, to assist people in getting back on their feet.
Our objective is to give these women more authority and support them as they create a brighter future for their families.
A halfway house is a place where people can live as they transition back into society after a period of incarceration or treatment for addiction. For many women and children, a halfway house can be an essential step on the road to recovery. It provides a safe and structured environment where residents can begin to rebuild their lives.
Additionally, halfway houses provide services and support to assist individuals in changing their behavior and way of life for the better.
While living in a halfway home is challenging, it can be a necessary step on the road to recovery for many women and children.
Because we provide all of these services in one location, our halfway home stands out because it enables our residents to receive the assistance they require without worrying about where they will get their next meal or spend the night. We can give these mothers and children the best chance of success by offering comprehensive support. We are committed to helping our residents rebuild their lives and are proud to offer this unique service to our community.
Come to our Halfway Houses for Women and Children
Women and children can get the assistance they need to rebuild their lives at our halfway house. Contact us immediately if you or someone you know needs a halfway home!
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Frequently Asked Questions
In order to better serve our occupants, we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions. If you have a question that is not answered here, please feel free to contact us.
A halfway house is a residence that offers transitional housing for people who are recovering from addiction or mental illness, or who are transitioning out of prison. Our sober living home located near Orlando provide residents with a safe and supportive environment, as well as access to resources and treatment options.
While residents are expected to follow house rules and make progress towards their independent living, they also have more freedom than they would in a traditional treatment facility. This includes the ability to come and go as they please, as well as hold a job or attend school. For many individuals, halfway houses offer a valuable stepping stone on the road to recovery.
Our halfway housing system provides a safe and supportive environment for people who are recovering from addiction or mental illness. We offer residents the opportunity to live in a structured setting while they receive treatment and learn how to live independently. Our halfway houses have rules and regulations that residents must follow, such as curfew hours and house chores. In addition, residents are often required to attend therapy sessions and support groups.
The goal of our permanent housing is to help residents transition back into society in a healthy and successful way. Halfway houses provide a supportive living environment to give residents the tools they need to overcome their challenges and lead fulfilling lives.
There are many benefits to living in halfway houses. One of the most important benefits is that it allows residents to live in a structured environment. This means that residents have set curfews, chores, and rules that they must follow. This structure helps residents stay on track with their recovery by providing them with routine and accountability.
Another benefit of living in halfway houses is that residents have access to support and resources that they would not have if they were not in a halfway house. For example, many halfway houses have staff members who are available to help residents with anything they need. These staff members can help residents find jobs, connect them with resources, and provide them with emotional support. Midway houses also often have groups and activities that help residents stay sober and healthy.
Please feel free to contact us for more in-depth information on the cost of residing in a halfway house. Our knowledgeable team will happily assist you and provide you with all the necessary details.
At this time, Foundations to Freedom does not take anyone on the MAT program. An individual must be completely clean and sober of all substances upon admission. We also currently do not admit anyone who is a convicted sex offender or anyone with severe mental health and violent criminal background.
In order to be accepted into a Foundation's house, a person must meet the following mandatory requirements:
▪ For the Empowerment house, you must be a woman with a child or children.
▪ Each individual must express a desire to turn away from their addictive lifestyle and a willingness to remain clean and sober.
▪ Each individual must complete all intake forms, including the application and liability waivers.
▪ Each individual must maintain complete abstinence from all mind- & mood-altering substances. This includes illegal drugs, alcohol, prescription drugs (certain medical exceptions can be made), or any other substance used to alter the mind or mood of an individual.
▪ Each individual must commit to staying sober for at least twelve (12) months.
▪ Each individual must participate in all classes and counseling sessions available, as well as work and fundraising activities.
▪ Each individual must be willing to learn how to stay clean and sober through the twelve (12) Steps of Recovery programs of Alcoholics Anonymous ("AA") or Narcotics Anonymous ("NA").
▪ Each individual must either have a job, be actively seeking employment (this will be verified), be attending an outpatient program, or be participating in community service or volunteer work during the day.
▪ Each individual must pay a one-time admission fee, which is due at intake.
▪ Each individual must pay the House fee (see section § 3.02). Please note that during the admissions process, Foundations is required to call local law enforcement to determine if there are any active warrants on the client.