Men’s Halfway House
The Davis Archway Halfway house is located in Herman, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Often, individuals discharge from an inpatient treatment facility only to return to the same environment they left. For some people this is a supportive environment, but for others it is not. Often, individuals discharge from a structured treatment program and return home to have to deal with the stressors of: housing, rent, bills, unemployment and/or debt. Our halfway house is a program that can allow clients to transition to independent living without being forced to deal with all of these stressors immediately after discharging from inpatient.
While in our program clients will gain further treatment, learn how to balance recovery with life responsibilities, build a positive support group and gain employment.
Our halfway house consists of three phases each of which is unique to allow our clients to learn about themselves, gain more independence and allow for personal growth in recovery.
- Individual counseling sessions weekly
- Group therapy
- 12 step meetings in the community
- Family program
- Individual family sessions
- Opportunity to gain employment
- Transportation provided to and from work
- Voluntary church services
- Ability to obtain GED
- Volunteer services
Learning how to have fun and enjoy life while being clean and sober is an important part of recovery. We provide recreational opportunities to our clients to help them learn this new way of life. Our halfway house has a sand volley ball court, half basketball court, bonfire pit, and horseshoe pit. We utilize local parks and recreational services off site as well.
Our Address: 164 Schiebel Rd, Butler, PA 16002