Self-run, Self-supported Recovery Houses
The 2017 Oxford House convention was a great success!
More than 1,200 Oxford House residents and alumni participated the convention.
(More information will be posted soon.)
A 2016 Convention Panel Discussed Achieving, Maintaining and Measuring Long-term Recovery.
(Click on the link below to watch the video of the panel discussion)
Panelists included two medical experts, Stuart Gitlow, M.D. and Westley Clark, M.D.; CSAT Director Kimberly Johnson; John Majer, Ph.D., addiction researcher; and three Oxford House alumni and current outreach workers – Jackson Longan, Lori Holtzclaw and Marty Walker. The wide-ranging discussion covered what long-term recovery means, how Oxford House residents achieve long-term ‘sobriety without relapse’; the role of medically-assisted recovery and other topics.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE VIDEO OF THE PANEL DISCUSSION.
Oxford House 2016 Annual Report – The Blueprint for Success
The 2016 Oxford House Annual Report provides an overview of the work of Oxford House, Inc. over the year. In addition to a management report and financial statements, it includes sections on Opioid Addiction and Oxford House, From Prison to Recovery in Oxford House, testimonials from residents and alumni and photos of the 2016 convention held in Dallas that attracted over 1,000 participants – mostly Oxford House residents and alumni.