Structure at Freedom House

structure at Freedom House

INPATIENT SERVICES FOR MEN

Freedom House for men is structured in three phases. The length of stay in each phase is clinically driven.

  • Phase I – highly structured and disciplined. Clients adhere to a strict schedule, have a high level of accountability, a mandated program of recovery, and must demonstrate progress to earn extra privileges. As clients progress through Phase I they are encouraged to become role models for the new men in the program.
  • Phase II  – less structured and disciplined. Clients have more freedom with their schedules and are able to have their own vehicle at the program. In order to “graduate”, a client must have completed all recovery assignments, be employed full time, have at least $1,000 in savings, have secured an approved living arrangement, and be firmly entrenched in a 12-step recovery process.
  • Phase III – transitional living program. Participation in this level of care greatly increases the recovery rate for clients. Transitional homes are peer-driven, which prepares residents for integration back into society.