Changes, additions at residential campus; Tupelo media spotlights opiate epidemic
Oxford Treatment Center Newsletter
November-December 2016

Etta center transforms for greater impact

Changes, additions ongoing at residential campus 


From freshly paved roads, to a new kitchen and dining room, Oxford Treatment Center's main campus is growing to better serve patients and their families. The center opened 24 new beds in its residential program this fall. Its medical detox program will also be expanding with the completion of a new medical services building in early 2017.

At the same time, a new outpatient office and 48-bed sober living campus will be complete in spring 2017 just south 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.

The Etta campus can now host as many as 100 patients. Oxford Treatment Center's Family Program, which moved to the residential campus from the Oxford Outpatient Office earlier this year, brings an additional 15 to 25 people to the campus each weekend.
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New 12-Step Walk offers therapeutic tool

Among the most well-received addition to campus in 2016 has been the new 12-Step Walk designed by landscaper Bill Hewitt of Franklin, Tenn. Patients and clinicians alike have used the new installation often for group and individual therapy work, as well as for personal reflection time. While 12-step walks are a common feature on addiction treatment campuses, Hewitt sought a new level of meaning as he applied an artist's approach to the design.
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Pharmacy students learn about addiction, recovery 

Barry Doughty, ICADC, Clinical Therapist at Oxford Treatment Center, recently shared his personal story with the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists at the University of Mississippi. His appearance was part of Generation Rx, promoting safe medication practices for life, with support from the Cardinal Health Foundation.
 

Oxford Treatment Center welcomes:

Discharge Planner Mandy Ladner, CPSS; Clinical Therapist Larry Wills, LPC, M.Div.; and Wilderness Therapist Katherine Westfall, MSW.

'Telling Oxford: Our Path to Recovery'

Event raises awareness, provides scholarship funds for students in recovery


Oxford Treatment Center and the University of Mississippi Collegiate Recovery Community came together in November to share the hope of recovery with the broader local public.

"Telling Oxford: Our Path to Recovery" brought together more than 100 people at the Powerhouse Community Arts Center. The event raised money for scholarships through the UM-CRC, which supports students going back to college in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
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Tupelo newspaper spotlights opiate epidemic

The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in Tupelo recently called on Dr. Stephen Pannel, medical director at Oxford Treatment Center, to help shed light on effective treatment for opioid addictions.

In a Dec. 11 package of stories, The Daily Journal reported that the opiate epidemic which has ravaged other parts of the nation is beginning to affect northeast Mississippi. Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has created a task force to study the problem at the state level.

Get to know our outreach team

Contact our regional AAC reps for swift access to treatment

Tony Faulkner

Mid-South Regional Manager
tfaulkner@contactaac.com
mobile: 256.656.1848
  • Based in North Alabama; directs Mississippi, West Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana and Arkansas
  • 24 years in recovery, 21 years in treatment field

Daniel Jensen

Treatment Consultant
djensen@contactaac.com
mobile: 662.679.0639
  • Based in northeast Mississippi
  • Eight years in recovery, with experience in program management and case management

Angela Quadrani

Treatment Consultant
aquadrani@contactaac.com
mobile: 901.484.1929
  • Based in Memphis and DeSoto County
  • Frequent regional speaker on recovery from alcoholism
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Weekly Outpatient Schedule


Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
M, W & Th, 9 a.m.-Noon — Oxford & Tupelo
M, W & Th, 6-9 p.m. — Oxford, Tupelo & Olive Branch

Family Hope & Healing
A free therapist-led support group for anyone with a loved one in addiction or recovery
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. — All outpatient locations

Aftercare
A free benefit for Oxford Treatment Center alumni in the first two years after treatment
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. — All outpatient locations

Alumni Meeting
Free pizza and soft drinks for Oxford Treatment Center alumni
Thursdays, 5-6:30 p.m. — Oxford
 
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Thank you for your interest in Oxford Treatment Center. We welcome your questions, comments and suggestions. Contact us at 662.281.9992 or info@theoxfordcentre.org.
 
Respectfully,
Billy Young, CEO
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