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Oxford outpatient hosts ribbon cutting

Employees at Oxford Treatment Center opening a new building

Holding the ribbon are (from left) Mayor Robyn Tannehill; Oxford Treatment Center Co-Founder Dr. Tom Fowlkes; Outpatient Manager Barbara Cox, Co-Founder and CEO Billy Young; American Addiction Centers CEO Michael Cartwright; Medical Director Dr. Stephen Pannel; Psychiatrist Dr. Katherine Pannel; and Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce Chair David Guyton.

Oxford Treatment Center’s new outpatient office

Opened on Aug. 10, with local officials gathering for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The event was hosted by the Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce.

The new facility houses outpatient addiction treatment programs — both for community members and for people transitioning from Oxford Treatment Center’s residential campus at Etta. People who have completed residential care can move into one of four Resolutions Oxford transitional homes adjacent to the new office while continuing in outpatient treatment for an average of 10 weeks.

“We know that what works is long-term care,” Michael Cartwright, CEO of American Addiction Centers (AAC), said at the event. “We’ve seen that while the success rate after 30 days is only about 20 percent, someone who spends at least 90 days in treatment has an 80 percent chance of still being clean and sober after a year. Length of care makes that big a difference.”

The outpatient office also offers a community Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in the evening, for those who can continue working while getting help for drug or alcohol problems. The process starts with a no-cost clinical assessment to determine what level of treatment is appropriate.

Support groups, recovery meetings and professional training events will also be offered at the new outpatient location. The office will be the north Mississippi training site for the Mississippi Addiction Counselor Training program; previously, counselors had to travel to Jackson to take part in the one-year certification program.

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Oxford Treatment Center Expands to Meet Needs

Oxford treatment facility view across lake

Our north Mississippi center can now care for 100 patients at its main campus. Sober living housing and a new outpatient office in nearby Oxford will open in spring 2017.

ETTA, Miss. — As the need for research-based treatment for drug and alcohol addiction continues to grow, Oxford Treatment Center is expanding to help more people.

This fall, the center opened two new cabins on its main campus in rural northeastern Lafayette County, Mississippi. With 24 additional beds in semi-private rooms, the new cabins bring the total capacity to 100 patients. That includes 12 beds dedicated to the center’s medical detox program, where patients receive care from in-house psychiatrists and 24/7 nursing staff.

Construction is also underway on a new 20,000-square-foot support building on the main campus. Meanwhile, a new outpatient office and sober living campus are taking shape just outside the small college town of Oxford.

“Our goal in all these projects is to give people the best possible start for lifelong recovery,” said Billy Young, co-founder and CEO of Oxford Treatment Center. “Patients coming out of active addiction need ongoing medical management, healthy coping tools and strong support to face each day without drugs or alcohol. The continuum of care we provide is designed to support their long-term recovery.”

Oxford Treatment Center

Is based on a 110-acre campus located 16 miles northeast of Oxford, off Highway 30. The center opened its doors in January 2012. It became part of American Addiction Centers (AAC) in 2015. Over the past three years, it has doubled its capacity to care for patients at the Etta campus. Waiting lists to get in were typical before the most recent expansion.

Oxford Treatment Center welcomes patients from across the country into residential treatment programs that last 30 to 45 days. The programs include traditional group and individual therapy, as well as a range of experiential therapies such as art, wilderness and equine.

Patients step down into outpatient treatment programs for an average of 10 more weeks. Staying in a sober living community during that time provides accountability and support, as people practice a new clean-and-sober lifestyle.

Oxford Treatment Center currently maintains an outpatient office in Oxford on University Avenue, with off-site sober living homes providing 12 beds each for men and women. Those will be replaced with four new 12-bed sober living homes, slated for completion in early spring 2017. The new 12,000-square-foot outpatient building is located beside the homes.

On the main campus, additional improvements this fall have included an expansion and upgrade of the restaurant-style kitchen, extensive new landscaping including fire pits and outdoor seating areas, road expansion and paving, and a second lakeside pavilion. A new indoor riding arena is also under construction, so that patients can benefit from the center’s signature equine therapy program in all weather.

About The Contributor
The editorial staff of Oxford Treatment Center is comprised of addiction content experts from American Addiction Centers. Our editors and medical reviewers have over a decade of cumulative experience in medical content editing and have reviewed... Read More