Oxford Houses are a clean and sober housing option for individuals in recovery. The first North Carolina Oxford Houses were established in Durham and Asheville, NC in the spring of 1991. North Carolina is part of a network of 2,000 Oxford Houses with more than 16,000 beds. As of June 2017 there are 232 houses in North Carolina, with locations in 30 cities. With an average of 8 beds per house, there are more than 1,750 Oxford House beds in the state. Individuals typically enter an Oxford House after completing a drug and alcohol treatment program. Individuals living in a house are expected to participate in a recovery program in the community during their residence.
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