Center Category: Rehab Centers
Opened in 1975, Oxford House is an organization that offers transitional and sober living facilities. Clients themselves run these facilities. The organization, as of 2019, had more than 2754 Oxford Houses spread throughout the US. These houses manage around 22,052 beds.
Oxford Houses serves both genders and also provides certain facilities for mothers having young children. The popularity of the Oxford House model can be gauged by the fact that in 1988, the US Congress mandated that every state has to provide funding for developing housing units that are modeled after Oxford House.
Oxford House Vacancies
Oxford House Vacancies are privately owned facilities associated with Oxford House. These facilities vary in size. The number of clients who can reside in these houses also varies, but the average number is 5 to 10 residents in a home. The rooms and bathrooms are shared among the residents.
Every resident of an Oxford House has unrestricted access to the common areas of a particular house, namely, front and back yards, living rooms, kitchen, and laundry facilities (if applicable). Toiletries, cleaning supplies, and bedding are provided to the resident by a particular home. Clients are responsible for their clothing, personal items, and food.
Oxford House is unlike any other sober facility running in the country. It does not offer any luxurious amenities for its clients. The main focus in Oxford House is the client. Each client is responsible for their success. They are responsible for staying sober and be accountable to the treatment program and their landlord.
Residents have to pay rent and get a full-time job unless covered under disability. They have to do the 12-step program, get a sponsor, and also contribute to the household chores. A client claiming disability has to put in a minimum of 20 hours every week in community volunteering.
All Oxford House clients have to attend a minimum of four recovery meetings (their choice) in a week. The Oxford House representative can offer help getting the required resources for meetings. Oxford House does not have a time commitment for its programs, and the clients can stay in these houses as long as they want, provided they follow all the rules.
Approximately $450-$600 (30 days).
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