Harvest House’s main objective is to rehabilitate men and their families with the goal of reintegrating them back into the community. An important part of this process is to be able to provide a supportive, safe, and healthy living environment for continued care. For this purpose, along with our main treatment facility, we have several re-entry homes to accommodate those individuals who are in the latter stages of their program.
Re-entry homes are rented or owned townhouse where up to six residents share accommodations and look after all the usual household responsibilities. Each resident who lives in re-entry is expected to encourage and support one another. They continue to receive counseling on an as needed basis, and participate in the skills development program.