Oxfordshire Roads to Recovery

Welcome to Oxfordshire Roads to Recovery

What we do

Roads to Recovery is your countywide integrated alcohol and drugs service. We offer support to individuals throughout Oxfordshire from our full-time, dedicated recovery hubs.

At Turning Point we know that drugs and alcohol can affect many areas of your life and successful treatment start with being there. We get to know you as a person, to understand what it is that you need to help you turn your life around. We work closely with other organisations in the county to ensure that help is there when you need it.

Our services are free to you.

Our Hubs

Our Roads to Recovery service is delivered from a network of locations that are open from Monday - Friday and are permanently staffed by local teams.

The locations of the new service Hubs are:

  • Oxford Hub- This is a One Stop Shop that provides a wide range of specialist services, including Harm Reduction and Recovery Support.  We run various groups and activities and much more. We offer 2 evening sessions and are open on Saturdays too. 
  • Banbury Hub- This hub is open 5 days a week providing a full range of specialist services in the area
  • Didcot Hub- This is a new location that provides treatment services across the south of Oxfordshire
  • Witney Hub- Witney has a dedicated team providing services 5 days a week in the West of the County
  • Bicester Hub- We offer a satellite service in Bicester on Thursday each week, this enables clients to access group work sessions, 1-2-1 appointments and drop-in services.  
  • Shared Care- We have expanded services within Shared Care Surgeries and encourage these clients to also engage in services within the hubs.

 These are our timetables for the four county hubs:

We offer a wide range of treatment options to suit the variety of service user needs. These programmes are reviewed and developed regularly as our service gets established and to meet needs presented.

Our Services

We offer a wide range of services from our hubs including:

  • Acupuncture, Reflexology and other complimentary therapies
  • Support with housing and benefits
  • Outreach workers to support engagement
  • Criminal Justice Services
  • 1 to 1 key working
  • Counselling
  • Variety of evidence based group work programmes
  • Opiate substitute prescribing
  • Community alcohol detox
  • Access to residential rehab
  • Treatment and advice with any blood-borne viruses (such as HIV or Hepatitis)
  • Access to Mutual Aid, Peer Mentoring, Peer Education and volunteering programmes
  • Access to education, training, volunteering and employment opportunities. 

 

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Find out more about the services provided in Oxfordshire by vising our dedicated website - the Oxfordshire Wellbeing Cloud.