Halfway House Services, Inc.
Who We Are
We are Halfway House Services, Inc., a non-profit corporation dedicated to providing transitional housing to adults with a history of mental or emotional disturbances. We operate three homes in Eugene, Oregon.
Halfway House Services addresses the needs of persons with chronic mental illness. Chronic mental illness includes those individuals who are homeless, dually diagnosed, with a history of alcohol or drug abuse, or personality disorders.
Halfway House Services offers services to both men and women who are at least 18 years of age. To be placed, the applicant must be eligible for Lane County Mental Health case management.
Halfway House Services programs are designed to provide a stable supportive environment that will help persons with chronic mental illnesses in making the transition from dependency on the mental health system to independent living wihin the community.
Our philosophical position is that attitudes of self-respect, confidence and dignity foster a sense of control over one's life and the feeling of belonging to a community. For this reason, our staff is trained to emphasize and model these values in all of their interactions with the residents. Halfway House Services staff emphasize their roles as facilitators.
Halfway House Services programs offer a wide range of activities which enable residents to choose for themselves those interactions which will best nurture and encourage the development of this new prospective.
Halfway House Services, Inc., does not discriminate based on gender, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, handicap, familial status, or age.
Equal Housing Opportunity
This page was last updated
January 18, 2012
Webmaster: Robert Bike