Who we are
The A.R.C.H. (Alcoholics Resocialization Conditioning Help), is a private, nonprofit Nebraska corporation. Incorporated in 192, the A.R.C.H. has been in the halfway house business since then, helping thousands of men continue on the road to recovery.
What we doThe A.R.C.H. provides transitional living services to mean age18 and up, who are recovering from addictive diseases. These services are rendered in halfway house and three quarter-way houses setting and represents the final stages of the continuum of care process.
The A.R.C.H. halfway house program consists of a highly structured living arrangement and contains the following elements:
∑ Room and Board
∑ Individual and group counseling
∑ Special Educational and therapeutic groups on germane topics, e.g. spirituality, sexuality, anger assertiveness, etc.
∑ A three-phase program which takes men through the first ten steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
∑ Participation in at least 3 AA meetings weekly.
∑ Full time (35-50 hrs per week) employment.
∑ GED classes for those not possessing a High School diploma or GED certificate.
∑ An Abundance of recreational and leisure time activities.
∑ Referral services to other helping professionals and agencies.
∑ Time and financial budgeting assistance.
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