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Texas Lifts Ban: Drug Felons Allowed to Use Food Stamps

And the food stamp debate continues… For a while now, the question on whether or not drug felons should receive federal aid continued to generate mixed opinions. When strict welfare reform laws were enacted back in the mid-90s, the rallying cry was “ending welfare as we know it.” Provisions were instilled to prevent selling or . . . . Continue Reading

Sober Living for Women

Sober Living for Women Residences: What to Expect The average stay at a sober living for women residence can be anywhere from one to six months and sometimes your health insurance plan will cover all or part of the cost of your stay. Recovering alcoholic and addict women who live in sober living for women . . . . Continue Reading

Government Aid For People Living in Sober Houses

Sober houses, also known as halfway houses or recovery houses, support recovering addicts in reintegrating with society while staying clean and sober by offering support and monitoring for accountability. Studies have found that recovering addicts who live in sober houses are less at-risk of relapse than recovering addicts who go directly back into society after . . . . Continue Reading

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