halfway house


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halfway house

a centre or hostel designed to facilitate the readjustment to private life of released prisoners, mental patients, etc.
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After reports in April that hundreds of residents had fled the state's largest contracted halfway house, State Senator John Whitmire, Democrat of Houston and chairman of the Senate's Criminal Justice Committee, called for more security there.
There is a plaque dedicated to him on the current first tee, which would become the tenth tee if the course is played the way we played it in the PGA Cup and a halfway house there would also help to preserve his memory.
com)-- It is unusual to see a site that deals in a niche like sober living and halfway houses to be breaking ranking records, but Alexa lists the numbers in black and white, and Alexa is trusted for its ranking ability.
Johnson's suit said Halfway House Services, her son's Lane County Mental Health caseworker, and Sheltercare were negligent because they failed to locate and provide Romprey his "C-Pap" machine.
Mental health charity The Richmond Fellowship has run the halfway house in Davenport Road, Earlsdon, for more than 20 years.
Los Angeles police are investigating the death of a child abuse suspect at a halfway house, authorities said Wednesday.
And the Halfway House Cafe pitched in to provide a safe haven to those needing shelter and aid from the blustery conditions.
The Halfway House has introduced a "three hours for 50p" charge that will be reimbursed to paying customers at the pub near Four Oaks station.
THERE were tears of horror and joy last night as Big Brother swapped the four halfway house contestants facing the chop - and let them choose their replacements.
Rival bookies Ladbrokes named him the favourite to win while he was still in the halfway house.
Afterwards, everyone in the halfway house will compete to get back into the house.
The halfway house experience presents an opportunity to transition from the prison setting to the community and to experience community interaction prior to actual release.