The halfway house that Amber was supposed to go to after jail has VERY specific guidelines that must be met, and they’re not letting her in their program!
Teen Mom star Amber Portwood was released from Madison County correctional facility on Feb. 24, but the halfway house she was supposed to go to for drug treatment program refused to accept her, according to TMZ.com. A source from the facility, Sister 2 Sister Ministries, told HollywoodLife.com exclusively that Amber would have to have a face-to-face interview as part of the application process! Did she fail her exam?
“We do have specific guidelines,” the source told us about the intake process. The review process takes about a month.
The lengthy application would have also asked for Amber’s criminal background history, habits she wants to change and if she’s supporting a child. As part of the intake process, Amber would have to undergo a face-to-face interview.
Amber will have to seek other treatment, and we really hope she finds the help she needs.
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