The men and women in Oxford Houses pay all the expenses to maintain the individual Oxford Houses that make up the network of nearly 2000 houses. During FY 2014, residents paid rent, utility and other household expenses of over $85,000,000.
During the same period of time, Oxford House, Inc. – the 501(c)(3) nonprofit national umbrella organization of individual Oxford Houses – spent $5,190,883 to start 206 new houses and to keep the national network of approximately 1,900 houses on track through utilization of trained outreach workers, publications, monitoring, organization of chapters and state associations, workshops and the national convention.
Contributions are used to  to maintain a revolving loan fund to provide start-up loans of up to $4,000 to start new Oxford Houses and  to train and supervise outreach workers who provide technical assistance for new and existing houses.
Donations can be made using Guidestar, the United Campaign Fund, or the Combined Federal Campaign – CFC #11535, or by sending a check directly to Oxford House, Inc., Suite 300, 1010 Wayne Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910.
As an independent public nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation, Oxford House, Inc. files IRS Form 990. [Click to download]
The total cost of operating and maintaining the nationwide network of Oxford Houses in 2015 exceeded $90 million. Of that amount, over $85 million (over 94%) was paid by the residents themselves for rent and household expenses. OHI provided expansion assistance, publications, policy guidance, and legal support to the Houses at a cost of just over $5 million in 2015.