The Friendship House is a halfway house for adult men recovering from substance dependence, that was opened in 1968. We are a Non-Profit Organization. This setting has a maximum capacity of 20 beds available. The Friendship House is Licensed as a Substance Abuse Treatment Provider by the State of Nebraska, Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Behavioral Health. It is primarily funded by Region 3 Behavioral Health Service funds and client fees.
The Friendship House program provides care and support for the recovering alcoholic and drug addict by easing the transition between residential substance abuse treatment and re-entry into society, as a contributing and responsible individual. This setting provides a continuum of care on an individual basis in a group setting during a six to twelve month period of time.
Vision: Provide a safe, therapeutic atmosphere where our client's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs are met; so they can return to clean, sober, and happy productive lives.
Mission: Provide a therapeutic environment for adults recovering from substance abuse, to aid in the transition to the next phase of their recovery.
Core Values: Compassion Respect Honesty Integrity Hope Progressive