©2018 by Oxford Houses of Texas. 

OXFORD HOUSES
OF TEXAS

Self-run, Self-supporting Addiction Recovery Homes

Combined Federal Campaign

Oxford House #11535

Who We Are

Oxford Houses of Texas, established in 1990, is a state-wide network of addiction recovery homes chartered by Oxford House, Inc., the 501c3 umbrella corporation. Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs. Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home. The success of Oxford House is well documented and has resulted in the inclusion of the Oxford House Model into the SAMSHA National Registry of Evidence Based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

"A leading example of recovery-supportive housing"

-U.S. Surgeon General Report "Facing Addiction in America" (2016)

"A leading example of recovery-supportive housing"

-U.S. Surgeon General Report "Facing Addiction in America" (2016)

 
 
RECOVERY

Peer-support

Life Skills

Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

Self-governance

Elected House Officers

Individual Growth

REPLICATION

Expansion to Meet Need

Resident Training

Servant Leadership

Vacancy Search
 

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