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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.
Oxford House Bangor is a male transitional house with a total occupancy of 6.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
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Anonymous - Oct 25, 2019
My name is Aaron Altieri and I am 30 years old. I've been using drugs and alcohol since I was roughly 12 years old. I have had some periods of sobriety/recovery since being introduced to AA at age 18. Last time I was sober and involved heavily in AA was March 2018. At that time I had put together 15 months, had an excellent relationship with someone I met on my sobriety journey, was employed, had a lot of "things", was genuinely happy I could say. I had gone through my steps and was actively sponsoring. I had been sober other times but never that long and never that involved. Life was pretty good. I neglected something very important in my program however and instead of addressing it and growing I chose to ignore it and become defiant and lazy. I relapsed at 15 months of sobriety and over a year and a half lost everything I had worked so hard to gain in sobriety, all the things I had just began to put together as the foundation to my adult life. The love of my life left me, my career was crushed, I lost my cars and a lot of "things", was homeless briefly and found myself struggling with a huge amount of depression, guilt, shame, fear, and demoralization. I've been allowed to live at moms house briefly in the city I grew up in, Antelope Valley CA. It's a terrible situation. Mom doesn't want me around and struggles with her own mental illness making it virtually impossible to function day to day. I'm a dead man compared to who I used to be. I'm devastated every single day. I really want to be sober but really need a chance at a fresh start in a new environment if just one person will reach out and talk to me and hear my story and my willingness to change and move into a new life in a positive way. I'm very alone and I need help. I'm asking for help please. I'm requesting any information you may have on the Oxford Homes, your home. Just anyone who can point me in the right direction to find the right Oxford House for me. I have a little money put away for a bus ticket and some spending cash. I'll show someone who gives me a chance what I'm capable of sober. I can contribute and be of help and service but need some direction and a fresh start somewhere new. Please contact me with any info you have as soon as possible. It would be greatly appreciated from the bottom of my heart. I'm desperate. I'm not even sure how to get into an Oxford House but I heard that they have a good set up and reputation.
Anonymous - Aug 25, 2020
I opened the first Oxfords House in Bangor. Imagine my delight to see you are still there and thriving. It was not easy in those days. When I sought help from The Salvation Army, I was told people with Alcohoism could not take care of themselves I would love to hear from you.
Anonymous - Nov 27, 2020
I am currently looking for my daughter a recovery house program. She is in Hendricks County Jail here in Indiana. Her release date is the beginning of January. Se is cross-addicted her drug of choice is heroin.
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Many religious organizations offer transitional housing at no cost as part of their ministry services. Many also offer payment assistance for those that qualify. We list these resources.
Through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, grants are provided to sober homes and transitional housing facilities for those who cannot afford alcohol and drug treatment.
Many transitional housing locations provide housing on a sliding scale basis. This is generally income based support that charges based on one's ability to pay. We find and list those resources.
Non-profit Transitional Housing
There are many non profit organizations that provide transitional housing. These transitional locations can provide payment assistance for those in need of services. Find these resources here and contact them for support.
Transitional housing is temporary housing for the working homeless population and is set up to transition their residents to permanent housing.