Oxford House Addiction Recovery Residences ― Now in the Eastern Panhandle

Oxford House ― a successful concept in addiction recovery ― has opened two new democratically run, self-supporting, drug-free residences in the Eastern Panhandle. The Queen Street house is equipped and fully occupied; materials are being collected for the King Street house. The intention is to open several more residences in the Charles Town/Ranson area.

Started in 1975, Oxford House represents a remarkably effective and low-cost method of preventing relapse. There are more than 1,200 houses in the United States today, including 14 in West Virginia. The Martinsburg residences are the first in the Eastern Panhandle. PAH encourages our supporters to donate furniture and other needed supplies to this important cause.

Visit the Oxford House website to learn more.

Oxford House in Martinsburg:

820 N. Queen Street
Martinsburg, WV 25401

206 E. King Street
Martinsburg, WV 25401