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Cope (Halfway House)

Cope (Halfway House)

Haymarket Center

Residential program for women who are victims of human trafficking and/or prostitution.

Services Offered

Sober Living • Group Counseling • Case Management • Supportive Housing • Recovery Home • Supportive Services • Trafficking Victims

Description

Haymarket Center provides an 8 bed Therapeutic Community (TC) Recovery Home sober living program for women with a history of human trafficking and/or prostitution. Residents learn to function independently and begin to lay the groundwork for a successful re-integration into society.

Therapeutic communities offer group based therapeutic treatment in a community setting. Staff and residents work together and form a community in which the treatment takes place. Their way of working is based on the principles of empowerment, democratic discussion, social inclusion, and establishing a safe environment. All residents hold job functions in the community. For more information, call 312-226-7984 x225.

Location

932 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, IL 60607 41.8832588 -87.651281

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English

Eligibility

  • For women ages 18 and older who have a personal history of human trafficking and/or prostitution.

    Payment

  • This service is free

    Gender

  • Accepts women

    Age

  • Adults accepted

How to Apply

Referral for services is required. Referrals are accepted from a variety of sources, including Cook County Sheriff's Department, Case Managers and Social Workers. Call Admissions at 312-226-7984, ext. 480.

Wait list for services sometimes applies.

Program length is 90 days.