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.
“Mine is a true account of what Amanda is really like,” she says from a halfway house in Viterbo outside of Rome.
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.