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A '''halfway house''' is a community residential facility where [[Alcohol rehabilitation|alcohol]],[[drug rehabilitation|drug]] or [[psychiatric rehabilitation|psychiatric]] or prisoner rehabilitation takes place. Residents are selected because they do not require hospitalization or institutionalization but still require secure supervised accomodation.
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A '''halfway house''' is a community residential facility where [[Alcohol rehabilitation|alcohol]],[[drug rehabilitation|drug]] or [[psychiatric rehabilitation|psychiatric]] or [[Rehabilitation (penology)|prisoner]] [[rehabilitation]] takes place. Residents are selected because they do not require hospitalization or institutionalization but still require secure supervised accomodation.
   
   
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== References ==
 
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[[Category:Community facilities]]
 
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[[category:Rehabilitation]]
 
[[Category:Residential care institutions]]
 
[[Category:Residential care institutions]]
 
[[Category:Treatment facilities]]
 
[[Category:Treatment facilities]]

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A halfway house is a community residential facility where alcohol,drug or psychiatric or prisoner rehabilitation takes place. Residents are selected because they do not require hospitalization or institutionalization but still require secure supervised accomodation.


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