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The Rally Point: AAC

The Rally Point: AAC is designed to address the unique needs of Veterans struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders, like PTSD.

Substance Use Treatment for Veterans

Many Veterans have likely experienced events and traumas most civilians haven’t. Our Mississippi addiction treatment facility offers a program that provides co-occurring disorder treatment specifically designed for Vets living with PTSD, anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders.

The Veterans addiction program at Oxford Treatment Center provides a place of healing built on trust, camaraderie, and evidence-based therapies.

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About The Rally Point: AAC

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Specialty Program for Female Veterans

Inspired by the fierce female warriors in Norse mythology, the Valkyries, Oxford Treatment Center offers a program specifically for female Veterans who are ready to reclaim their lives. 

Female service members often have distinct needs. The Valkyrie program offers a supportive environment to recover and heal.

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Why Choose Oxford Treatment Center?


What We Offer

Proven Therapies Specifically for Veterans

Our Veteran-focused program isn’t a short-term fix—our addiction treatment team is dedicated to providing solutions and skills you can use for those hard moments during and after recovery.

Our evidence-based therapies and approaches are provided by qualified doctors, therapists, and counselors, so you can feel confident knowing that therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, cognitive processing therapy and more, are being provided by experts.

Anger Management & Conflict Resolution Skill Building

Stress, drug or alcohol use, and trauma can influence how you exhibit anger. This program can provide you with tools to productively communicate your anger and help you resolve conflicts.

Alternative Therapies, Including Equine Therapy

Our evidence-based therapies are supplemented with alternative therapies. At Oxford, you have access to stress management and relaxation classes like yoga, music and art therapy, and even equine therapy. We also help you recover physically with nutrition guidance, exercise classes, and more.

A Look Inside Our Veterans' Retreat

Oxford’s sprawling campus offers 110 acres of wooded, rolling hills. Enjoy a serene and beautiful setting that’s ideal for healing. We also have a space set aside at our addiction treatment facility specifically for Veterans; here, you can relax and socialize with fellow Veterans.

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Life in Recovery Is Possible

Deciding to get help can lead to lasting change for you or your loved one. See how our alumni rate their time at Oxford Treatment Center and how treatment changed their lives.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I check my VA community care eligibility?

The VA provides a list of criteria for eligibility for community care. You can work with your VA care team to receive approval. Should you be eligible, you can search for any VA-approved community care provider. Oxford Treatment Center is an approved provider of community care.

Is your program open to first responders as well as Veterans?

The Rally Point: AAC is a program dedicated to the unique needs of Veterans. However, Oxford also offers programming for first responders. This tailored approach ensures personalized treatment plans and a deeper understanding of your specific challenges.

How can I get myself or a loved one admitted to the program?

You can call us at any time for help at  and we will work with you to start the admissions process. You can also read more about how to get admitted or learn more about what to expect in treatment at Oxford.

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