Oxford House is the largest network of sober living houses anywhere, with houses in all major areas of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
We provide a safe, affordable living environment that is supportive to individuals in recovery from addiction.
See what Oxford House has done for so many
In this short video you'll hear about the Oxford House model from Paul Molloy, CEO and Founder of Oxford House Inc. Also members of Oxford Houses from across the country share their personal experiences about how their lives have changed.
"After rehab, Oxford House gave me a soft place to land and continue with my sobriety.
It’s given me a sense of belonging and the ability to help others."
"I found my family and my home when I found Oxford. Without it I wouldn't be where I am today. #homeownerstatus
I'm forever in debt to Oxford and will never be able to repay but I'm sure gonna die trying.
"I came to Oxford House, desperate and afraid, seeking an honest chance at recovery in August 2018. I was met with an immeasurable opportunity to grow that I never imagined was even a possibility, a structured time tested model for success. I will forever be grateful for the opportunity that Oxford House stands to provide for an addict like me."
Shreveport , LA
"Oxford house not only taught me how to live, but it gave me a purpose in my life when I thought I had none. It has given me the chance to help the ones of us that are coming out of prison, that are considered statistics, through our reentry program. It taught me that I can finally breathe and with every breath I take, I am showing the next person, that we don't have to be a statistic."
Baton Rouge, LA
"Oxford House has completely transformed my idea of recovery. It has taught me how to be a productive member of society. It has given me a life-long friendships from all parts of the country. I would not have the life I have today, if it wasn't for Oxford House."
“Words can not begin to express the gratitude I have for Oxford House. I showed up on their doorstep in April 2013, battered and broken from a recent relapse. Today, due to the firm foundation I was able to build by living in Oxford, I have amassed over 4 years of continuous recovery. If it worked for a hopeless/helpless addict like me, it can work for you as well."