A Natural Setting for Recovery
If you’re looking to take the first steps towards recovery in a serene, natural environment, look no further than Oxford Addiction Treatment Center in Etta, Mississippi. Our incredible staff at this American Addiction Centers (AAC) facility includes expert and passionate caregivers dedicated to providing high-quality clinical-based treatment for addiction and many co-occurring disorders. Our main campus, located in the town of Etta, stretches across 110 beautiful acres of wooded, rolling hills. Situated around a picturesque private lake are our main lodge, medical services facilities, patient cabins, fitness center, equestrian center, and outdoor pavilions. When your journey towards sobriety calls for it, our range of therapy options will inspire your recovery.
Care Designed Exclusively for You
Oxford Treatment Center offers so many types of clinical-based care and therapy options because we understand that no two people—or recovery experiences—are the same. By providing a diverse selection of treatment approaches and options, we know that you'll be able to find one of our Oxford treatment programs helpful in your personal journey to sobriety. From medical detox through inpatient or outpatient treatment, even into sober living and aftercare planning, the professional staff at Oxford Treatment Center have the right approach for you.
Qualified to Treat You
Oxford Treatment Center is owned by American Addiction Centers and is certified through the Mississippi Department of Mental Health, Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Services. Like all AAC facilities, Oxford Treatment Center holds itself to a high standard of care. Oxford Treatment Center is accredited by the Joint Commission.
Leadership and Staff at Oxford
Oxford Treatment Center is an American Addiction Centers facility. We do not host any form of advertisement on this website, no funding is generated from any advertising or external sources, and there is no conflict of interest to disclose on this website or the content herein. Our funding is generated by substance abuse treatment services provided at our facilities.