Amber Portwood was released from a Madison County correctional facility in Indiana today after spending the last two months behind bars for violating her probabtion.
The Teen Mom star is currently living with her grandparents, although she was initially required to move into a halfway house after being released from jail.
"Amber is all taken care of [and] getting settled in" at her maternal grandparents' home," Amber's mom Tonya tells E! Online, adding that her daughter is "happy and relieved that she [wouldn't] have to live in a halfway house."
"Now she will get to spend more time with her daughter [Leah], which is what this was all about anyway," Tonya explained.
But Amber is not off the hook just yet. The troubled 22-year-old is court-ordered to attend a rehab program for the next eight months at the Sister 2 Sister Ministries in her hometown of Anderson, Ind. Once she completes her treatment, Amber is required to get a real full-time job, meaning her life as a MTV reality star is not going to cut it any longer.
If she violates her probabtion in any way, she will be sent to jail for a minimum for five years on her felony drug-possession charge.
We hope Amber can get her act together for the sake of baby Leah!