Envisioning life after drug and alcohol addiction calls for healing and restoration on every level — body, mind and spirit.
Our approach to addiction treatment is a holistic one, seeking to restore hope and health to individuals who come to us out of painful, self-destructive patterns. It’s not enough to end a physical dependency through successful medical detox. On the other side of that first step, the recovering alcoholic or addict must have the right support in place to break those old habits and replace them with new ones.
He or she must find a new way to fill the void that drugs or alcohol once did — essentially, find a new meaning in life. It’s remarkable to see what the human spirit can overcome when it has something to live for.
Our approach equips you to replace your addiction with habits that support health and wholeness.
The Oxford Centre’s founding program director, Garry Reifers, distills his key teachings in three hour-and-a-half talks. View and share these videos from his January 2016 workshop series “The Hijacked Brain” in Olive Branch, Miss.
The normalization of marijuana as a harmless recreational drug is outpacing the work of researchers, physicians and lawmakers to understand its effects and set boundaries for its “safe” use. From our experts’ perspective, there are many reasons to hold back from the drug’s wholesale acceptance.