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Resources for Families and Loved Ones

One of the hardest things in life is to watch someone we love struggle with something we can’t fix for them. Addiction fits that bill: Ultimately, it’s up to your...

A Guide for Helping a Friend with an Addiction

If you suspect that your friend has a drug or alcohol problem, it can be difficult to know how to help, especially if you’re not certain that they have an...

Is Your Loved One Addicted? A Guide for Families

It’s not easy to admit that someone you love may be struggling with drugs or alcohol. Substance use disorder is a staggeringly commonplace health concern, with over 20 million Americans...

When Your Loved One Leaves Oxford

What Happens at Discharge? The next step for your loved one will depend on where they are in their recovery journey. Many Oxford alumni move to our sober living facility,...

Families: Residential Treatment

Welcome to Oxford Treatment Center Your loved one is safely in our care. Sending a loved one to treatment for drug or alcohol addition is a tremendous endeavor for families...

Family Programs expand in 2018

Resolutions program now offers family component Oxford Treatment Center is expanding its programs for the families of those in early recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The center’s new Intensive...

How to Help an Alcoholic Family Member (Interventions & More)

Often, when a person is experiencing an alcohol use disorder, other people in the family may currently, or in the past, have also experienced one. For this reason, a family may...

What are the Benefits of Family Therapy for Drug Addiction?

What Is Family Therapy? Family psychotherapy is a specific type of group therapy where all of the clients in the therapeutic situation are related and treated by at least one...

Weekly Support for Families

Anyone who has a loved one in active addiction, in treatment or in recovery can now access free support through weekly meetings in Oxford, Tupelo and Olive Branch. “Family Hope & Healing: A Journey in Recovery” meets Tuesday evenings at 6 at outpatient offices in all three cities...

Son’s Recovery Restores Family Relationships

For Michael*, coming to treatment for addiction was his own decision. He saw no reason for his family to get involved — until he saw that, through their support, he didn't have to face the challenges of recovery alone...

Addiction & The Family

Q&A with Dee Meux, ICADC — Oxford Treatment Center's two-day Intensive Family Therapy Program is an integral part of the addiction treatment process. Says coordinator Dee Meux: "If there is no change in the family system, it will be very difficult for the patient to stay sober..."

New programs affirm loved ones’ key role in recovery from addiction

Oxford Treatment Center is broadening its offerings for family members, applying the same Continuum of Care model it uses for the effective treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. “Family Hope & Healing: A Journey of Recovery” is free to attend and open to anyone who has had or who currently has a loved one in active addiction.

Sign up for Alumni & Family Newsletter

Oxford Treatment Center is extending its support for our patients in recovery with a new Alumni & Family Newsletter. This quarterly e-newsletter will include stories, updates and resources to help you stay connected to sources of support throughout your recovery journey...

Family Program key in recovery approach

For patients at Oxford Treatment Center, the unknown horizon of a sober life looks far more hopeful when loved ones stand beside them. The importance of family members’ support in...

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