Oxford House Abbeywood

Transitional Housing
Clarksville, IN
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2424 Abbeywood Court
Clarksville, IN - 47129

(812) 318-4727 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website Donate

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About Oxford House Abbeywood

Oxford House is a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In its simplest form, an Oxford House describes a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Abbeywood is a women's transitional house with a total occupancy of 7.

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There is 1 review

Anonymous - Oct 16, 2019

Hi, I am a 37 yr old lady who is about to be homeless and I need some advise if your program has any, I'd be so grateful. I will go into further details of my personal issues if or when someone gets time.

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  1. I am a Recovering meth addict, I have 5mo 3wks Sobriety. But I am living in my home town where I was in the middle of my mess. I work full-time @American Plastics Mold. I feel that I will never fully recover if I continue to live here. I am 47yrs. I need to relocate asap . I completed a 30 day intensive impatient program at CRC on 10/23/2019 posted March 11, 2020
  2. Where are you looking to relocate to? The house I'm at is full right now but I know of others that I can put you in contact with posted April 21, 2020
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