Why we are different....

The Driskill Halfway House Women's Recovery Center cares about the success and well-being of every participant.  We empower women to make healthy decision that improve their life and future.

The Driskill Halfway House was founded in 1975 by Judge Jack Driskill a former Swisher County Judge along with his peers who realized that people who struggled with the disease of addiction had a greater chance to recovery if: 

  • they were provided with a clean and sober living environment

  • they are in an environment of structure and group accountability

  • have a solid foundation built on a personal relationship with Jesus Christ

  • they come to the realization that they can't do it alone but with God's help they can.

After numerous calls from women expressing a desire to have a recovery program for women it was decided by the board to pursue creating a women's recovery program.  

The community of Swisher County and Tulia TX rallied around the idea of a recovery program for women by creating a tranquil oases for the participant.