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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The property is located west of Halfway House, eight miles from Welshpool and 10 miles from Shrewsbury, and includes permanent pasture with pool, agricultural buildings and yard.
The halfway house serves as a shelter to former rebels who surrendered to the government and wants to start anew.
Meanwhile, Ancan read the message of Mapagu, as he said, 'The construction of a halfway house here in the province means that our FRs will have a place to stay as they transition back into society.'
The Department of Corrections will determine if he serves time at the halfway house or behind bars.
| To support the petition to stop the property from being used as a halfway house, email dwayne_ barnaby@hotmail.com
Ano said parnter LGUs would get financial assistance of P5 million for each halfway house to be constructed through the Enhanced-Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-CLIP).
Defence Undersecretary Rey Mapagu, head of Task Force Balik Loob, said the homes would serve as "halfway houses" for the former rebels in their transition towards life in mainstream society.
According to the federal Bureau of the Prison's database, Miller has been transferred to a residential re-entry center or a (http://www.eonline.com/news/923385/abby-lee-miller-leaves-prison-and-moves-into-halfway-house) halfway house located in Long Beach, California.
Folkestone, United Kingdom, October 18, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Alongside Africa, a Folkestone based non-profit organisation run by volunteers, has embarked on a 2 year mission to Uganda to establish the Amasiko Halfway House for Ugandan street children.
The teenager was detained after officers raided what neighbours described as a "halfway house" in Thornton Heath, south London, at around 12.05am yesterday.
THE two latest men to be arrested over the Parsons Green bombing lived in what was described by neighbours as a "halfway house" for asylum seekers.