Oxford House Donna J

Transitional Housing
Butler, PA
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554 Third Street
Butler, PA - 16001

(724) 256-9550 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Donate

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About Oxford House Donna J

Oxford House Donna J is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Oxford House Donna J is a women and children house Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. A representative of every House in the area meets with the others on a monthly basis, to share information, to seek resolution of problems in a particular House, and to express that Chapter's vote on larger issues. Residents pay rent, utility and other household expenses of Oxford House Donna J. This facility has a maximum capacity of eight residents. Oxford House Donna J is part of a nonprofit corporation umbrella organization which provides the network connecting all Oxford Houses and allocates resources to duplicate the Oxford House concept where needs arise.

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