At Oxford, we recognize that addiction is a chronic disease, and overcoming it takes access to a variety of skillsets and an ability to see beyond the hard times. Through our continuum of care, we’ll help you develop the skills you need to recover from addiction and live a healthy and happy life free from the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Our Continuum of Care
Upon your arrival at our scenic facility in Etta, you’ll receive a clinical evaluation that will help us craft a customized treatment plan based on your needs. From medical detox and residential treatment at our Etta facility, to outpatient, partial hospitalization, and sober living at our Oxford outpatient facility, you’ll have every opportunity to kickstart your recovery and keep up your momentum.
Medical detoxification services (detox) is often the first step in addiction treatment. During detox at Oxford, you’ll spend time in semi-private rooms, each with a private bathroom, and you’ll receive 24/7 medical supervision from a team of nurses and doctors.
At Oxford, we also employ the revolutionary EarlySense technology, which monitors a patient’s vitals during sleep and alerts the medical staff of any potentially life-threatening changes. All of our 36 detox beds are equipped with EarlySense technology.
Detox generally takes 5-7 days to complete, but could take longer depending on the substance(s) from which you are withdrawing.
Our main program, Oxford’s residential treatment program will see patients staying in cabins on our 110-acre campus set in natural woodlands. During the day, you’ll have access to a medical staff, receive of 4-6 hours of individual and group therapy, and participate in various experiential and recreational therapies, including equine therapy. You’ll also have access to various 12-step groups, family programming, various lecture and education courses about addiction and recovery, and comprehensive discharge planning and aftercare.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Our PHP, sometimes known as day treatment, provides an intensive level of treatment that provides a strong framework for support but still allows you to live at home. For many people, a PHP is a great next step when they leave residential treatment. Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) can provide you with access to our medical staff and a safe environment, while also allowing you a degree of freedom. This program focuses on reinforcing skillsets and helping patients experiment with real-world scenarios during recovery.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Our intensive outpatient program, located in the town of Oxford, Mississippi, is ideal for those who still require treatment but also have familial, professional, and financial obligations to uphold. The IOP focuses on education, therapy, and building a sense of accountability. You’ll either gain or reinforce skills to help avoid relapse and recognize triggers.
Our outpatient services at Oxford provide continuing support in a less intensive program than an IOP. Patients usually meet their counselor or therapist Monday through Friday. Hours and weeks attended are based on need.
Everybody heals at their own pace, and at the close of residential treatment you may feel you need to transition more gradually back into the world. Resolutions Oxford is a 48-bed sober living facility designed specifically for that purpose, allowing you access to our medical teams 24/7 and to our partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and standard outpatient programs. While the time commitments will vary depending on the treatment track you’re enrolled in, Resolutions Oxford allows you a safe place to continue treatment while also allowing you to begin transitioning to life after treatment.
During your stay in our residential treatment program, you’ll work with discharge planners to create an aftercare plan that works for you. Our staff will help find the best next step, whether it’s one of our programs or a local program near your home. Regardless of whether you choose to continue treatment in the Oxford area, you’ll have access to weekly meetings at Oxford and to our expansive alumni network.