Seriously everywhere: every bar, gas station, grocery store, radio station, church, halfway house, laundromat, and party.
He served an additional three months in a Washington, D.C., halfway house.
Nancy appears to have served some of her hard time in the New York area because she is released to a halfway house in New York.
I meet Otis J. the night he arrives at “The Castle,” a West Harlem halfway house for newly-released convicts.
“Mine is a true account of what Amanda is really like,” she says from a halfway house in Viterbo outside of Rome.
Yes, it is forty miles to Brookings' halfway house, as we had guessed.
From the halfway house to the Springs there were settlers and less danger.
To the Socialist, democracy is only the halfway house on the road to the economic paradise.
The “Chequers” at Horley is not quite half way to Brighton, but in default of another it is the halfway house.
Can there be any halfway house between something and nothing?
halfway house half·way house (hāf'wā')
A rehabilitation facility for individuals, such as mental patients or substance abusers, who no longer require the complete facilities of a hospital or other institution but who are not yet prepared to return to their communities.