About the A.R.C.H. Men's Halfway House
The A.R.C.H. is a private, non-profit halfway house, with two sites. Incorporated in 1972, the A.R.C.H. has helped thousands of men recover from addiction.
The A.R.C.H. is governed by a Board of Directors. These people are members of the professional and business communities in the greater Omaha area. Many have extensive knowledge and/or expertise with recovery from addiction.
The A.R.C.H. is licensed by the State of Nebraska to treat men over the age of 18. We have the capacity to treat 28 people, between our two halfway houses. Each has part time cook and licensed counseling staff.
The A.R.C.H. is in compliance with the State in terms of following all regulations for substance abuse programs. The State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services checks for compliance on regular basis.
The A.R.C.H. is funded, in part, by Nebraska’s Region VI. Since we are funded this way, State admissions priorities are as follows:
- Applicants from Region VI (Dodge, Douglas, Cass, Sarpy, +Washington Counties.)
- Applicants from outside the previously mentioned counties in Nebraska.
- All other states.
(I.V. drug users from Nebraska will be given preferential placement on our waiting list)