Events and Media

Addiction Talk – Facebook Live Show

“Addiction Talk” is a Facebook Live show dedicated to sharing the personal stories of celebrities, influencers and everyday people impacted by addiction. Through sharing our personal journeys, we break the stigma and shame of addiction, and provide hope and inspiration for the millions of Americans battling this disease every day – because we recover together.


Alumni Meetings with American Addiction Centers

Oxford alumni belong to a larger community of alumni from all American Addiction Centers (AAC) facilities across the United States. AAC hosts weekly virtual meetings for alumni to get together, connect, and share.

  • Location: Zoom Meeting
  • Day/Time: Monday and Wednesday – 7:30PM EST
  • Meeting ID: 856 4843 1678

Soldiers Heart: Military Culture, Moral Injury, and How to Help

Join us as Dr. Cyndi Briggs leads a discussion about military Veterans, who have special needs that are often unexplored and under-researched in the mental health professions. These men and women commonly carry unresolved grief, trauma, guilt, and shame, as well as pride in their accomplishments and a longing for the brotherhood and camaraderie the military provided for them.

In this presentation, participants will learn about the culture of the military, the concept of moral injury, and the specific techniques and approaches that can support a healthy therapeutic relationship.

Date: March 14, 2024

Time: 8:30 am–3 pm

Location: Oxford Outpatient Center, 611 Commerce Parkway, Oxford, MS 38655

Cost: $50

Learn more and register.  


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