Aftercare & Alumni Program

The staff at Oxford understands that residential treatment provides a foundation for recovery, not a cure.

That’s why we pride ourselves on providing a continuum of care to meet an individual wherever they are on their journey to recovery.

Life After Drug Treatment

Throughout the program, you’ll have access to discharge and aftercare planners, who will help you set up a functional support network. This could be at one of the Oxford outpatient or sober living programs, or it could be at a local program, or even just a local 12-step meeting. Again, it all depends on the progress you’ve made through treatment and what you feel you need upon leaving treatment.

You will also become part of Oxford’s national alumni network, giving you connections to individuals who are in recovery themselves. Oxford treatment staff will also give you various support materials and a contact list to keep in touch with Oxford’s alumni staff.

Maintain Your Addiction Recovery Network

Community is one of the most important aspects of recovery. One of the most common ways to maintain connection to the recovery community is by attending regular 12-step meetings. These groups (AA, NA) are popular and successful for a reason: they connect people through shared experiences and a shared goal of living a better life, free of addiction.

Maintaining relationships with other alumni who are in recovery can also help you keep ties to a healthy community and keep you focused on your goals. We recognize this at Oxford, so we dedicate time and resources to making sure you have a community to return to after treatment.

Our Alumni Program

Our Alumni program will connect you with our national network of alumni. Additionally, you’ll be invited to attend monthly Alumni events at Resolutions Oxford, the nearby sober living home. At the main Oxford residential facility, there are usually four main events, one for each quarter. Dates and events tend to vary, but alumni can reach out to Oxford’s alumni coordinators for more details.

Our Alumni App

Oxford Treatment Center continues to be there for you even after you leave our facility. Our alumni app, provided by our parent company American Addiction Centers, keeps you connected to a support community and resources you can use to help maintain your sobriety.

Our app features:

  • Safe, confidential, HIPAA-compliant ways to communicate with our addiction professionals.
  • A built-in alumni community to connect with.
  • A place to track your gratitude.
  • A way to track major recovery milestones and anniversaries.
  • Helpful and informative content about continuing recovery.

You can find our alumni app in Apple’s App Store and the Google Play Store, or by texting “AAC” to 30678.

Amy Woodward

A former primary therapist at Oxford Treatment Center, Amy works with the business office and clinical team as a liaison to help families and patients navigate Oxford Treatment Center’s 90-day continuum of care.

Her focus includes helping families ease the transition into next steps in treatment. Amy holds a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of Mississippi and is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor through the Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals.

Prior to joining Oxford Treatment Center, she worked for eight years in the field of adult residential addiction treatment, serving mostly indigent and pregnant populations in the Mississippi Delta. She has experience and specialized training in crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and mental health first aid for adults and adolescents.

She also has experience working with the judicial system and drug court as a consulting therapist, as well as in conducting outreach/aftercare focus groups for individuals who have recently completed residential treatment.