Alcohol and drug addiction | Oxfordshire County Council

Alcohol and drug addiction

Information for anyone affected by drug and alcohol problems.

Turning Point Roads to Recovery

For advice and information on drug and alcohol services for adults aged 18 and over, call Roads to Recovery on 0300 0134 776.

Turning Point Roads to Recovery is based at:

Rectory Centre
Rectory Road
Oxford
OX4 1BU

Email: oxfordshire@turning-point.co.uk

Web: www.turning-point.co.uk/oxfordshire-roads-to-recovery.aspx 
www.wellbeing.turning-point.co.uk/oxfordshire/ 

What we do

To help people recover from drug and alcohol addiction by offering a holistic range of integrated services from detox and residential rehab to supported living and ongoing support.

Integrated drug and alcohol services are provided through locality hubs, mobile services in rural areas and GPs practices.

Services include:

  • Harm minimisation advice and information
  • Recovery services
  • Residential rehab and detox assessments and placement management
  • In surgery GP addiction nurses (shared care)
  • Drop-in and group work across Oxfordshire
  • Employment and training assistance

Locality hubs

  • Turning Point Oxford, Rectory Road, Oxford, OX4 1BU.  Tel: 01865 261 690
  • Turning Point Banbury, Banbury Health Centre, 58 Bridge Street, Banbury, OX16 5QD  Tel: 01295 225544
  • Turning Point Didcot, The Glass Tower, 6 Station Road, Didcot, OX11 7LL.  Tel: 01235 514 360
  • Turning Point Witney, Marlborough House, Marlborough Lane, Witney, OX28 6DY.  Tel: 01993 849405.

SMART Howard House - residential treatment

Sometimes getting clean or sober in the community is not practical, achievable or safe.

Residential treatment with SMART provides a safe, caring and therapeutic environment for those needing a bit of extra support.

The residential treatment programme offers:

  • medically supported detoxification, with regular check-ups from a nurse and GP
  • an intensive group work programme, providing the necessary skills to stay clean
  • support from volunteer mentors
  • regular social and fun activities, to help you adjust to life without drug or alcohol dependency
  • one-to-one sessions with your own Recovery Worker
  • visits from family and friends after a brief settling in period
  • a chance to get your life back!

Referrals to SMART Howard House are carried out by Turning Point Roads to Recovery in the first instance – please contact 0300 0134 776

For under 18s

We work with the organisation Aquarius which provides a range of drug, alcohol and homelessness services.

There is an Aquarius drug and alcohol worker based at each of the seven hubs across the county.

For access to support and treatment for anyone aged under 18, please contact the Aquarius worker at your local Early Intervention Hub.

Last reviewed
09 August 2017
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