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Oxford Treatment Center
Destination Facility
Lakeside
Luxury
Private/Secluded
Wilderness
297 County Road 244 Etta, MS 38627
Services Offered
Telehealth
Sober Living Home
Detox Services
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Treatment Philosophy
Oxford Treatment Center is a 110 acre campus located within the Holly Springs National Forest. With a 5-acre lake, ducks, geese and beautiful undisturbed forest land, the rural setting at Oxford Treatment Center offers a tranquil healing environment. Our approach to addiction treatment is a holistic one, seeking to restore hope and health to individuals who come to us out of painful, self-destructive patterns. It’s not enough to end a physical dependency through successful medical detox. On the other side of that first step, the individual in recovery must have the right support in place to break those old habits and replace them with new ones. He or she must find a new way to fill the void that drugs or alcohol once did — essentially, find a new meaning in life. At Oxford Treatment Center, our team of dedicated professionals consists of a medical director, a board certified addictions psychiatrist, a board certified internist, and 6 board certified nurse practitioners. The most unique hallmark of our team of medical providers is an average of 8 year tenure at Oxford Treatment Center. The medical provider cohort is proud of the stability and commitment it provides to our patients.
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My experience was one of great joy and freedom from addiction. I absorbed every morsel of information I could and get to apply it in my daily recovery. I thoroughly enjoyed Thursday nights when H&I came to share recovery with us. OTC is awesome.
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Alabama

The Lovelady Center

Rehab is what u make of it. No matter where you go. I was ready, I was tired and sick and tired. I went to this place for rehab and it completely and totally change the course of my life forever. I will never be able to say thank you enough. I was a drug addict for 15 years and had given up hope of getting clean until I met these wonderful people. They loved me when I didn’t love myself and had faith in me when I didn’t believe in myself. They taught me the meaning of true unconditional love and taught me how to love myself again. In my experience the people that have bad things to say are usually the people that got in trouble or got kicked out because they didn’t follow the rules. I would say 9 times out of 10 the person complaining got caught doing something they shouldn’t have and got Kicked out or consequences and instead of standing up and taking responsibility for their actions they want to sit around and blame other people and complain when they’re the one to blame to begin with. It’s an older building in Eastlake if you don’t follow the rules that say not to have food out you might end up with some bugs but it’s because you didn’t follow the rules! you’re not supposed to have food in your room unless you have your food stored in a plastic tote. A lot of people didn’t follow the rules and didn’t do what they were supposed to do and then complained of the consequences when you’re the one that caused them. I was there I went through the program I was there for over a year I can tell you what’s real and what’s not. Clean your room don’t leave food out keep your food stored where it supposed to be and you don’t have problems like bugs or rats it all boils down to personal choices outside in the real world and at the Lovelady Center. If you can’t keep a small room at a rehab facility clean then you’re not ready to live in the real world. How do you expect God to bless you with the big things if you can’t even manage the little things. I would absolutely recommend this place to anybody that was struggling with addiction or just needed a new lease on life. I cannot say enough amazing things about this place. Today because of going here to this place I have almost 14 years clean of addiction after many many attempts to get clean on my own but always failed until I went to the Lovelady Center. I will be forever grateful and so will my family. God blessed me with a life that I would’ve never imagined possible for myself if it not been for Miss Brenda and miss Melinda and amazing staff at a Lovelady center. Thank you doesn’t even begin to cover it!

- Holli
5 out of 5
Birmingham, AL

Fellowship House

I was ready for a change. I became willing to listen to what people in recovery were trying to tell me. It took me to the age of 55 to know something had to change, but thank God I had enough willingness to try. My mom died in 2004 and I was there for my family.

- FZ
4.3 out of 5
Birmingham, AL

C.E.D. Fellowship House

strength:Food and board weakness: Staff Find somewhere else for treatment

- anonymous
4 out of 5
Gadsden, AL