Oxford House Darlington

Transitional Housing
Tulsa, OK
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1784 S. Darlington Avenue
Tulsa, OK - 74112

(918) 764-9210 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Oxford House Darlington

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Oxford House Darlington is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. Oxford House Darlington is an all men sober house. Oxford Houses are a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Every month the Oxford houses in the area get together to share their experiences in order to ensure that Oxford House Darlington operates in a way that preserves the good name of Oxford House and encourages more experienced houses to help newer ones. Residents pay rent, utility and other household expenses of Oxford House Darlington. This house accommodates ten residents. This sober house is part of a larger non-profit network.

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