How to Open Up a Halfway/Recovery House PLUS Free Consultation Call with Halfway House Business Guru
Updated: Jan 24, 2021
Halfway/Recovery houses are set up with the purpose of helping people recovering from addiction or returning from prison, learn new skills as well as how they can function again in society.
For anyone reading this who's suffered addiction and has undergone addiction treatment in a hospital or clinic, you are not a stranger to how difficult the transition from full-time treatment to independent living can be.
As unfortunate as it sounds, the drug addiction and incarceration situation in the United States has made opening up a Halfway House a lucrative business.
While I have made millions of dollars from this business, one thing I tell my students is to focus more on what we can do for society. So if you're interested in building a halfway house business then my advice is to keep in mind that your business will serve as the bridge between the rehabilitation your clients will undergo and the real world.
You'll have to create an environment that encourages your clients (usually quitting addicts or former inmates) to give and receive peer support in an alcohol and drug-free community.
In a nutshell, the fact that you are reading this means you are interested in the business of helping people get their life back on track and on a path to becoming productive citizens.
If that's what you're looking for, then my name is Keith Humes and I've written this blog to help you get started
Requirements to Start a Halfway House
Step 1: Categorizing